Recently, Monstarlab has been receiving an increasing number of app development projects using Flutter. In this article, we will have a look at how you can easily create a simple web app using Flutter on the web.
How to create a simple sample app
For this project, I have developed an application that showcases movie details.
The main points of the development are as follows:
If the return type of the data-fetching function is non-typed, it can be challenging to manage it.
Therefore, it is necessary to create a class that can convert the response data into a custom Dart object.
This is the end of the guide for the sample application.
SEO performance is often required in web application development.
I investigated how SEO can be configured in Flutter.
I found the following information in the official documentation:
In general, Flutter is geared towards dynamic application experiences. Flutter’s web support is no exception. Flutter web prioritizes performance, fidelity, and consistency. This means application output does not align with what search engines need to properly index. For web content that is static or document-like, we recommend using HTML—just like we do on flutter.dev, dart.dev, and pub.dev. You should also consider separating your primary application experience—created in Flutter—from your landing page, marketing content, and help content—created using search-engine optimized HTML.
When considering SEO in your Flutter application, it is recommended that you use HTML.
Depending on your SEO requirements, you may want to avoid using Flutter if you want to improve the SEO performance of your site itself.
After creating an example app and researching Flutter on the Web, I felt that it is still less mature compared to the web-front competitors, such as React and Vue.
However, when the main development technology stack of an organization is Flutter/Dart, it is attractive to develop applications with it for better costs considerations.
I'll be keeping an eye on how Flutter continues to boost web development!
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