Flutter Architecture & Approach

At the core of Flutter's architecture is the Flutter engine, which is written in C++ and provides low-level rendering capabilities. The engine interfaces with the host operating system and handles tasks such as layout, drawing, and gesture recognition.

On top of the engine, Flutter provides a comprehensive UI toolkit that consists of widgets. Widgets are the building blocks of Flutter applications and represent different elements of the user interface.

Flutter's reactive framework allows widgets to rebuild efficiently when there are changes

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