Google introduces Flutter 3.7 and teases upcoming updates


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This week, Google held its Flutter Forward event, where it announced version 3.7 of the framework and hinted at upcoming enhancements. As a framework for creating Android and iOS apps, Flutter got its start.

Over time, it has developed to support the creation of apps for desktop, web, mobile, and more, all from a single Dart codebase. More than 700,000 apps have reportedly been developed using Flutter, according to Google. Flutter is the third-most popular open-source project according to GitHub contributors.

Google has chosen to provide an update on the new features that developers can take advantage of right away and what they can anticipate in the future in light of the framework’s rising popularity.

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