For developers, startups, and established businesses, cross-platform solutions like React Native or Flutter can be a powerful tool. Where once we had to think about coordinating two code bases, we can now focus our resources on just one, saving time and money.

As good as this sounds any right-thinking developer or executive will naturally ask the question, “What happens when that cross-platform solution doesn’t do what I need it to?” Flutter contains a rich ecosystem of plugins to interact with native platforms, but sometimes that plugin isn’t exactly what you need, isn’t up to date, or doesn’t exist.

In situations…

Andy Julow

Andy is a Flutter developer in rural Vermont looking for any excuse to go outside and enjoy nature with his wife an three dogs

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