I've been spending my Saturdays doing tutorials on languages I'm curious about. This week it's Flutter.
- It's used to write apps on mobiles
Traversy Media's Crash Course. Which was a tutorial to build something. Technically it was in Dart - as he said at the start, Flutter uses an OOP language called Dart. So if Dart is the programming language, I don't know what Flutter is.
It was similar to React, so I liked that aspect of it, as it was easy to understand. I liked that I got to build something and could then see it on an Android Emulator. I liked less that the Emulator massively slowed down my computer, but that's probably related to having a computer that's a bit slow and a bit old.
That seems like enough on Flutter, just to get an idea of it. Next up is Java, which I know nothing about.