Flutter is a mobile app development framework created by Google. It uses the Dart programming language to build high-performance, high-fidelity apps for iOS, Android, and the web. Flutter also includes a desktop embedding that allows developers to create apps that run on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
There’s an experimental project on Github, “flutter-desktop-embedding” that provides the ability to create Flutter apps that run on desktop platforms. This project aims to provide a way to create desktop apps using Flutter, with the same codebase as mobile apps and web apps.
The Flutter desktop embedding is in an experimental state, meaning it’s not yet ready for production use and not officially supported by the Flutter team, but it’s actively being developed and improved.
You can find the Github repository for the Flutter desktop embedding project here: https://github.com/flutter/flutter_desktop_embedding
It includes instructions for setting up the development environment, creating a new project, and running the app on the desktop.
It’s worth noting that, while this project allows you to create desktop apps using Flutter, it’s still in an experimental state and may have some limitations or bugs. If you decide to use it, it’s important to keep an eye on the development progress and updates on the Github repository.