If you haven't yet dived into the details from Flutter Engage, this video should provide you with a good start.
Here, Tim Sneath gives a high level overview of the most significant announcements from the conference, allowing you to pick and choose the sub-categories you find most interesting. Highly recommended if you're just trying to figure out where to start as you dive more deeply into the announcements from Engage.
One of the most significant announcements from Flutter Engage is Flutter 2, which boasts some major advancements in the kinds of environments in which Flutter is now supported:
With Flutter 2, you can 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. Flutter can even be embedded in cars, TVs, and smart home appliances, providing the most pervasive and portable experience for an ambient computing world.
Read on for all of the details!
Another big announcement from Flutter Engage is this one surrounding null safety in Dart. It's been a long time coming, but it's now available in the stable channel. Dart FFI, which allows you to call existing C code from Dart, is also available in the stable channel.
If you'd like to dive more into the details of this announcement (and if you still need to migrate your code to Null Safety, you really should take that dive!), Michael Thomsen has you covered.