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Any plan for Windows UWP support in the future? #10881

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luksireiku opened this Issue Jun 21, 2017 · 4 comments

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luksireiku commented Jun 21, 2017

I'm sorry if it's not the place for asking, I couldn't find anything about it anywhere.

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eseidelGoogle commented Jun 21, 2017

Currently our project is focused on Android and iOS deployment targets.
https://flutter.io/faq/#what-devices-and-os-versions-does-flutter-run-on

It's certainly possible to port Flutter's runtime to UWP: https://github.com/flutter/engine/wiki/Porting-Flutter's-Engine
however we've not had very many requests for that. Someone could certainly fork flutter/engine and do so themselves if they desired.

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semiautomatix commented Aug 25, 2017

React Native provides this option. Best to stick with that platform until a definitive development path and platform is available.

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weitzhandler commented Jul 19, 2018

I'd immigrate to Flutter when it supports UWP/Windows, and WASM, meanwhile I'll stick to Uno Platform/Xamarin.Forms/Ooui etc.

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Massimo37 commented Sep 20, 2018

@weitzhandler I totally agree, if they can support UWP and WASM, only then will I be interested.

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