Attila Vago
Sep 28, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

Simulation vs. real device testing for Flutter apps

Attila Vago Pragmatic software engineer, editor, writer, and occasional music critic. LEGO fan, Mac user, vinyl record collector, and overall cool nerd. JS and Flutter enthusiast. Accessibility advocate.

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One Reply to "Simulation vs. real device testing for Flutter apps"

  1. Also, a quick plus for Android Devices is the availability of wireless Debugging, where you can run multiple instances on different team members’ devices, which enables them to go through the app flow and you’d see their logs in real time without everyone requiring a cabled connection to your computer.

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