Flutter for iOS App Development and the migration guide

Migrating from Material to Cupertino (iOS style components)

Ramankit Singh
Aug 26, 2019 · 4 min read
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Due to the nature of startups, development is always rapid and tends to involve minimum number of developers. In startups, the development process of any product or solution is made in such a way that it takes less development effort, less maintenance, and is also cost-effective.

Requirement

Existing Solutions

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Flutter

Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase.

Existing App’s UI component level breakdown

Achieving the same with Flutter

1. List and Grids

2. Input Fields

3. Card Style Views

4. Date Selection Dialogs

5. Progress Views / Loaders

6. Tabbed View

7. BottomSheet Dialogs

8. Alert Dialogs

9. Icons

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10. Call to Actions

Other Important Cupertino Widgets

Conclusion

Resources

Staqu Dev Logs

While we work on cutting edge products for enterprises and…

Ramankit Singh

Written by

Google certified Android Developer | Android/Java/Kotlin | Flutter/Dart | RxJava l Dagger l MVVM l Technical Writer at Mindorks

Staqu Dev Logs

While we work on cutting edge products for enterprises and audience at large, this publication sheds some insights into the rapid prototyping, code marathons and optimizations that Staqu’s engineers constantly churn out!

Ramankit Singh

Written by

Google certified Android Developer | Android/Java/Kotlin | Flutter/Dart | RxJava l Dagger l MVVM l Technical Writer at Mindorks

Staqu Dev Logs

While we work on cutting edge products for enterprises and audience at large, this publication sheds some insights into the rapid prototyping, code marathons and optimizations that Staqu’s engineers constantly churn out!

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