Fluttering at 60 FPS (or bust)
Lead Flutter Developer
Krzysztof used to wrangle test automation, and shift pixels of Flight Search at Google in Zurich. After several years of that, he decided it's time for more independence and joined Callstack as one of senior engineers. While his colleagues heavily focus on React Native, he decided to take a different path and became the company's first full-time Flutter developer.
Flutter lets you write incredibly smooth animations with its promise of rendering at the speed of 60 frames per second. But to achieve that you need to make sure that you don't slow down the app yourself. In the talk I'll describe how Flutter renders widgets, what does it mean for you, present some common pitfalls you should avoid, and finally show what you can do using the provided debugging tools.