A multi-criteria comparison of mobile applications built with the use of Android and Flutter Software Development Kits
This publication presents a multi-criteria comparison of two mobile applications built with the use of Android and Flutter SDK. The former has been implemented with Kotlin and the latter with Dart. The benchmarking process examines factors such as execution time and CPU usage during data and disk operations. During the analysis, attention was paid to the length and volume the source code, community support and the availability of libraries. The comparative analysis shows that a mobile application written using Android SDK is often not only faster and more efficient, but also has greater community support and the number of libraries available. In addition, an analysis of the source code volume showed that Flutter has more concise but more difficult to navigate code than Android.
Android SDK; Flutter; comparison; benchmark
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