I Really Want to Learn Flutter BUT ..

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  • GitHub repo pub-dev

    Pub.dev, the Dart package repository, written in Dart

    One of the advantages of React is IMO also one issue it has. It's more mature, so it has a LOT of plugins to solve every problem conceivable. That's good, but because it's older, many of those plugins are not as well maintained anymore. To this day I couldn't create a single React project that didn't have at least one deprecated library in it. Flutter on the other hand has fewer plugins comparatively, but it's now on a point that most problems have a plugin to solve them. Some very edgy cases will still require you to implement your own plugin though (which is easy to do). In terms of dependency management, I think they're on par. Dart has it's pub.dev wich is the central hub for plugins and React has the npm ecosystem.

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