Exploring Flutter for Industrial Use Cases

This website is exploring the possibilities to use Flutter in industrial software applications on embedded and desktop. We regularly share respective expert blog posts, videos, news and show cases. Enjoy and feel free to contribute to the discussions or by submitting your own blog post, if you are an expert in this area.

Latest Blog Posts

Jan 17, 2024

Explore ListView.builder's power and pitfalls in rendering extensive data. Uncover performance challenges, delve into the impact of RenderParagraphs, and discover a custom RenderObject solution for improved efficiency.

Oct 4, 2023

OPC UA is a platform independent standard for data modeling and communication that plays a major role in the horizontal and vertical integration of industrial automation systems. It is also a popular choice for connecting industrial controllers (PLCs) and entire machines with HMIs. Having an OPC UA client available is an important building block for popularizing Flutter for machine control applications.

Two years have passed since we at basysKom first attempted to use the open62541 OPC UA implementation in Flutter which resulted in a blog post describing our experience and the difficulties we encountered (for context have a quick look at the old post). Now it was time to have a fresh look into the matter to see if any of the blockers have been resolved.

Aug 22, 2023

In the realm of C/C++ programming, it's considered essential to run projects under memory leak detectors throughout the development process. In Flutter, despite Dart benefiting from garbage collection, sizeable applications often incorporate a significant volume of C code through FFI. The importance of fixing memory leaks is particularly relevant in the world of embedded devices.

Why did we create this site?

As part of our ongoing research and development efforts, we've been exploring Flutter for industrial applications. Our goal is to collect examples and showcase real-world industrial applications that have been built with Flutter.