re: What would you use for building an Android app today? VIEW POST


"Use the right tool for the right job"

I do Kotlin and Java with love for living but I agree that sometimes the code can be too much for a simple UI.

So the answer is a consequence of another question: how important is the product/app and how long you want it to last?

Depending on the seriousness and expected longevity of the app you can take a decision for the tool to use.

Not saying tools like flutter or react native wont last, but they are not the main/official tools and will give you more or less problems depending on the case.


Yes, I suppose RN/Flutter works great for MVPs or prototypes because they can be cooked up rapidly for both platforms.

For anything of scale, native seems like the best choice in the long run.

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