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Absolute easiest spending decision I've ever made!Your extremely quick reply and generously open licensing policy made the contribution an absolute no-brainer. If Publisher's Clearing House ever drops off that big check, I'll make a hundred donations! I have received the license key and the instructions were crystal clear. Please keep up the great work.Tom F.
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Anyone trying Flutter? (Android/ios cross platform dev tool from google)
"Google has launched Flutter 1.0, the first stable release of its open source, cross-platform UI toolkit and SDK. "Flutter lets developers share a single code base across Android and iOS apps, with a focus on speed and maintaining a native feel," reports Ars Technica... Flutter apps are written in Dart, and the SDK offers programmers nice quality-of-life benefits like the "stateful hot reload," a way to instantly make code changes appear in the emulator. For IDEs, there are plugins for Visual Studio Code, Android Studio, and IntelliJ. "
See also https://arstechnica....nt-with-flutter-1-0/