Having a look at this Google Developers Blog: Announcing Flutter 2 (googleblog.com) to see if it might work with Clarion.
I dont really want to learn another tool or language, but this might be something I can use Clarion to control and “use the same codebase to ship native apps to five operating systems: iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux; as well as web experiences targeting browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge”.
Native apps tick my box for helping to keep the speed and responsiveness reasonable.
Its a Google tool to produce for different devices including cars. MS seem to be on board " Announcing Flutter support for foldable devices | Surface Duo Blog (microsoft.com)"
Flutter web support hits the stable milestone | Flutter (medium.com)
There seems to be some DB interaction:
android - How to connect Ms SQL from a Flutter App? - Stack Overflow
Flutter - Database Concepts - Tutorialspoint
How to use Flutter + MSSQL Database? (google.com)
It seems to be possible to CLI automate Flutter 2 which is what I probably would want Clarion templates to do for me, ie design in Clarion, templates export screen, code etc, then build in Flutter 2 at least thats the thinking.
GitHub - lohanidamodar/flutter_automation: An automation package for flutter firebase auth, android signing, google maps and more coming soon
Havent looked at their IDE yet though, but I wont need it if Clarion is doing the heavylifting at the CLI.
Build a Flutter Application on AWS (amazon.com)
#### Tutorial Prereqs
** Flutter version 1.20.0 or higher*
** An editor* that is compatible with Flutter*
** Install the Amplify-Flutter Developer Preview version of the Amplify CLI by running: npm install -g @aws-amplify/[email protected]*
** An AWS Account** with at least these permissions (an Administrator role or root account will also work, but we recommend a least-privileges approach).*
** An Android or iOS devices so you can take pictures*
This tutorial assumes using Visual Studio Code, but using a different editor is okay.*
[**]Accounts created within the past 24 hours might not yet have access to the services required for this tutorial.
Might be relevant for tracking down stuff to integrate.
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