Have you ever walked into a party and felt like the most popular person in the room — where everyone’s like, “Hey man, great to see you!” or “I’m so glad you could make it”?
Now imagine having that feeling every morning when you switch on your computer to log in to work. That’s what my first few months in the Cheesecake Labs team have been like. And, for my first full-time job in mobile development, I couldn’t be more psyched to be part of this culture.
Flutter is a Google framework used to build natively compiled applications for mobile, web, desktop and embedded devices with a single codebase. You can easily start a new Flutter project by following the guide: Getting started – Flutter.
Cheesecake Labs is currently the TOP #10 Mobile and Web App Development Company Worldwide and has delivered awesome digital products to our clients including Flutter apps.
Considering using Flutter to build your next mobile app? That’s a great choice.
After all, Flutter is backed by Google and used by some of the biggest apps in the world. In this blog post, we’ll explore what’s so powerful about Flutter as a cross-platform framework and which apps you can draw inspiration from for your upcoming development project.
The Cheesecake Labs team’s goal is to provide you with the best version of your digital product. And there’s no one way of getting that right.
The good news is we now have plenty of options to choose from. And, at CKL, we’re fully trained and ready to go using a range of different programming languages and frameworks — whichever is the best approach for your project. All that remains to resolve is which is better for your app when it comes to Flutter versus React Native versus native development.
It’s not easy building and nurturing a hybrid-remote team; you need to put equal time and effort into the personal and professional development of every employee. Because when you do, talent may just flourish from the most unexpected — and untrained! — places.
That’s exactly what happened when Diego Almeida de Oliveira first came to Cheesecake Labs in 2017. Over 3 and a half years, Diego grew from an intern — or “Cupcaker”, as we like to say — to one of CKL’s most highly-skilled and well-respected Senior Android Engineers, delivering delightful mobile apps to clients as Tapcart and Singularity University.
Quality assurance refers to the guarantee that when a software application is used, it performs as expected without causing harm or error. And, as you’d imagine, quality is the ultimate goal of every app in development.
But what exactly are we referring to, when we say “quality”?
It isn’t easy to pick a technology for your new application idea. Everyone acts like the language they use is the best one out there (including us!). It’s hard for business owners to sift through the noise and figure out what tool is the right one for the job.
At Cheesecake Labs, we cut through the noise.
We’re clear about why we use Python — the benefits it brings to application development and the drawbacks too. We know what the benefits of Python are, the advantages and disadvantages, and why, in our opinion, Python is so great.
If you’ve been reading this blog post series since the beginning, you should have already gone through all Cheesecake Lab’s product development phases. Phase 1 helped you define your product and your goals, Phase 2 gave your app a design, and Phase 3 brought your product to life and released it to users.
Your app is out in the world now. But the most exciting — and important — weeks, months and years still lie ahead.
Do you have your next app idea fleshed out, designed and ready to go into development?
Now it’s time to figure out how you’re going to bring your app into the world, and here’s where some big questions around technology arise. Perhaps you’re clear on the frontend, but you are unsure which backend technology to use? There are countless programming languages and web frameworks out there — you can spend weeks looking at Flask vs. Django vs. Node.js comparisons and still not know which way to go.
$143 billion was spent in apps and on app stores during 2020 alone. And this wasn’t a fluke. Close to 90% of mobile internet time is now spent in apps — a number that’s been steadily growing in recent years.
So if you’re gearing up to develop an app for iOS or Android, you’re on the right track. Businesses that invest in these platforms are not only going to remain more competitive, they stand to boost their revenue and customer engagement as well.