Is flutter worth learning in 2022?

4 min readJan 29, 2022

It is always a good approach to learn new frameworks or technology to improve your tech skills. But is Flutter worth learning in 2022?

Hello guys, This is CodingWithTashi and In this shitty post, I will share some of the statistics and my thought on flutter in 2022 and the future.

Note: Before I start, I hope you all are doing fine during this pandemic. Also I wanted to express my gratitude for the feedback that I have been receiving from last years(😊). Your clap and follow is what motivate me keep writting more shitty content like this.

[My Story]

I have been using flutter for almost two and a half years now and I am leveraging all the features that flutter has to offer. Honestly flutter is my go-to solution for any mobile app development. But hey, don’t take my word for a guarantee. We will go through some of the trends and historic data from the past few years.

[Flutter Competitor]

They are many other frameworks to go with instead of flutter. You might have lots of options in your mind about whether to go with

  • React Native by Facebook
  • Ionic
  • Xamarin and more

But In this post, we will discuss on Whether flutter is worth learning in 2022.

[Flutter Historical Trends and data]

  1. According to StackOverflow survey 2021.
  • The 2021 Stack Overflow loved vs dreaded survey results 61 show that Flutter is one of the most loved frameworks. Only .NET Core received more love. Of the 58K respondents, 68.17% loved Flutter.
flutter in 2022
StackOverflow survey 2021
  • Percentage of Stack Overflow questions asked each month
Stack Overflow Trends

You can clearly see flutter is getting lot more attention and people are loving it.

2. According to statista report

Flutter is the most popular cross-platform mobile framework used by global developers, according to a 2021 developer survey. Based on the survey, 42 percent of software developers use Flutter.

You can see flutter has over 42% compare to others

3. According to GitHub Repo

Flutter has more than 135k stars on GitHub which overtook react native from the end of 2020.


You can see flutter has over 135k star compare to react native and it is growing sharp.

[What makes flutter so good]

Here are some of the keys that make flutter born way different than other frameworks.

  • Great UI

I meant really great UI, It is built-in for beautiful UI. Flutter has very good resources on great UI and animation.

  • Native Performance

Flutter doesn't use any webview or web technology such as HTML to render view/UI. It uses dart language and canvas bridge to build a beautiful animated UI.

  • Canvas Advantage

Flutter uses Canvas to draw UI in your application and since all platforms such as Mobiles, Desktop, and web support canvas, Flutter has the advantage of multiplatform support.

  • Multi-Platform Support

No surprise these days there are many other frameworks that support multiple platforms but flutter can support all platforms you name it. This means flutter is not only limited to mobiles, Flutter can support all Platforms with a single codebase.

[Final Thought]

I have shared with you the insight of the flutter and it is up to you to decide whether it is worth it or not. But if you end up with flutter, then consider following me because you get to read a shitty post like this (😜).

As I have mentioned earlier, I have been using flutter for quite some time now and currently working as a full-time flutter developer. I am planning to build more crappy apps in a flutter in the coming future.


Don’t waste too much of time comparing and searching for a perfect framework because it doest exist. If you learn one, others are more or less same. i.e if you are learning flutter you are learning react native too because underlying concept is same.

That's all, Thanks guys, I hope you like this shitty post. please make sure to give a clap 👏 and leave some engagement. let me know if you have anything on your mind. I would love to connect with you.

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