The Biggest Problem that Flutter is Facing!

Beginner’s Mindset

A large number of developers who start using Flutter are the ones who have next to no experience with Mobile App Development or Programming in general. Now don't take me wrong, it is not a bad thing at all, Flutter conceptually is made to make it easy for people to get started.

  1. Framework Language (Dart) Features and Concepts to a great extent.
  2. Separation of Concerns: Because in Flutter there is no clear separation between your business logic and your UI code, so you have to manage that yourself. There are many good packages like get_it which can help you with this. Consider giving it a go.
  3. UI State Management: For Bigger apps, UI is usually a bit too complex to manage. In such cases, to manage the state of your UI, you need to have a good understanding of Packages like provider to help you write better UI Code that is reactive to data changes and gives your app a smooth User Experience.
  4. Writing Optimal and Managed CodeBase: With Complex UI, State Management Solutions, and Business Logic. It becomes crucial to write a well-managed codebase that is easy to read and modify. This includes using proper naming conventions, folder structures, package management, and so on.
  5. Learning how things work at the Native Level: Whether it be Android or iOS at some point you have to create apps that rely on Background Processing, Notifications, Camera, or some other feature that require writing code at the native level. No doubt, there are a number of packages available for most common use cases but at some point, you will have to write some native code yourself.
  1. Unnecessary Hate for the Framework and Community
  2. Poorly Coded apps on App Stores keeping new Developers and Companies from trying out the framework because of low performance.

So how can this be resolved?

Well, according to me, the only solution to solve this is to educate beginner developers to focus on their fundamental programming skills and understand the core of Flutter Framework before putting it into professional use-cases.

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Paras Jain

Paras Jain

Mobile Application and Web Developer | @Youtube Content Creator | Worship #reactjs #flutter #java #dart | youtube.com/retroportalstudio