You can now write software on Chrome OS. Including, apparently, Android apps made with Flutter and Android Studio.
Google had previously announced plans to bring Flutter, its cross-platform mobile development framework, to the web.
Google has announced Flutter 1.2, the first feature update for its mobile app development framework.
Google has announced the final pre-release version of its Flutter cross-platform mobile app toolkit.
Google's cross-platform app development framework gets the first release preview with improved stability, more.
Understanding developer technologies is key to a deeper understanding of personal computing platforms. So how does Google Flutter change things?
Thanks to a bit of downtime, I can finally weigh in on Apple’s recent announcements about major tvOS, watchOS, iOS, and macOS updates.
The latest version of Microsoft’s Xamarin.Forms cross-platform UI toolkit for developers provides a simpler way to build mobile apps.
I’m in Vancouver, British Columbia ahead of next week’s Build conference, so it’s no surprise that many are wondering about the show.
Happy Friday! I can see from this week’s questions that readers are wondering about many of the same things I am.
Happy Friday! Here’s a final Ask Paul for March, and another great set of questions from readers.
Happy Friday! This week’s questions run the gamut from PWAs to hardware to support life cycles to home swapping and more.
Happy Friday! Here’s the final “Ask Paul” for January. As always, thanks for the thoughtful questions.
Scanning over the thousands of articles we wrote this year, I've collected my picks for the top Windows and PC stories of 2018.
Google's cross-platform mobile UI framework hits version 1.0, introduces Dart 1.0 and comes to the web.
Google announced the release of Dart 2.0, the latest version of the programming language used with the Flutter cross-platform framework.
We just returned from Berlin, so greetings from heat wave-soaked Stockholm! Here's another round of Q & A to end the week.
Happy Friday the 13th! Here's what I believe is a record number of Ask Paul questions.
Microsoft is quietly working on a mobile hardware project called Andromeda that fans feel will somehow change the world.
Last week's unexpected Groove news has triggered some latent remorseful feelings from Microsoft's world-weary fans. I feel it too.
Next week, I'll be in Seattle at Build 2018. Here's what I expect Microsoft to discuss. And some things I'd love to see happen, too.
For the past few years, Google has been quietly working on a new operating system called Fuchsia which many believe could replace Android.
Leo, Mary Jo, and I discuss Microsoft's email case at the Supreme Court, Apple v. Azure, PWAs and Flutter, and much more.
Google takes on React Native and Xamarin with its own cross-platform mobile UI framework.