Flutter: iOS, Android, Linux and Windows apps with a framework from a common codebase?
Ideally, you'd like to write something once and have it run forever, across all devices. This is impossible, as software is upgraded you need to adapt, so it will not last "forever". But what is not impossible is to have a common codebase for "all devices"!
Whether it's a project, an idea you want to test, or even a product you're going to start writing code to bring to life, the basic architectural requirements remain the same:
- What programming languages do I know?
- How quickly can I test the first version?
- What devices/software do I want it to run on (mobile, PC/laptop, TV, smartwatch)?
In this workshop we will first analyze the options, compare them and see why Panther Racing Auth chose Flutter without any members having previous experience with something similar.
Bonus: at the end of the presentation we will detail the problems we found in developing our application so you can have your own opinion.
15:30 - 16:45
Organisers: Panther Racing AUTh
Panther Racing AUTh was created in January 2017, by students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and it is the first University team of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki whose goal is to design, study and build a prototype Moto 3 racing motorcycle. Driven by the enthusiasm and knowledge of our predecessors, but also with the support of our university and our sponsors, we are on our journey to develop our prototype motorcycle and race in the MotoStudent competition. The competition takes place every 2 years and is organized by MEF (Moto Engineering Foundation) and TechnoPark Motorland. The team will have the opportunity to compete with a variety of university teams from around the world in a 4 day competition.