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Elio Qoshi
21 April 2023

How we designed the new Ubuntu Desktop installer

Desktop Article

A modern user interface, improved configuration options and a celebration of the mission of Ubuntu Desktop, to make Linux accessible to all. ...

Oliver Smith
18 May 2022

Bring your multi-platform apps to Linux desktop with Flutter 3

Desktop Article

Flutter 3 features production-ready Linux desktop support for the first time as part of Canonical’s ongoing partnership with the Flutter team. ...

Oliver Smith
9 December 2021

What FlutterFire’s announcement means for Desktop Developers

Desktop Article

We cover what Flutter’s latest Firebase announcement means for desktop developers and how to get started with Flutter on Ubuntu Desktop. ...

Rhys Davies
19 March 2021

Flutter and Ubuntu so far

Desktop Article

At Flutter Engage, Ken VanDine, engineering manager for the Ubuntu desktop,  made an appearance in the keynote speech to talk about Flutter on Ubuntu. Canonical has been working to support Flutter for some time now, bringing the SDK to Linux, committing to build a new Ubuntu installer, and now, making Flutter the default choice for ...

Alan Pope
8 February 2021

Getting started with Flutter on Ubuntu

Desktop Article

This is a guest post authored by Dani Llewellyn. It was originally featured on her blog, we’re reproducing it here with Dani’s permission. Dani is an active member of the WordPress, WSL, Ubuntu and Snapcraft communities. Thanks Dani! Recently there was an announcement from Ubuntu that the desktop team are working on a replacement for ...

8 July 2020

Canonical enables Linux desktop app support with Flutter

Canonical announcements Article

By Chris Sells (Google) & Ken VanDine (Canonical) Google’s goal for Flutter has always been to provide a portable framework for building beautiful UIs that run at native speeds no matter what platform you target. To validate this capability, we started by focusing on the mobile platforms, Android and iOS, where we’ve seen more than ...