One of the most widely used user interface elements for apps in the Windows OS is Flutter. Flutter, being the general manager of all Windows-based tasks on the OS starts by displaying a list of open items. It allows you to arrange items into various groups and then run them in the order you desire them to. This is very convenient when you need to work on certain areas of your app quickly, without switching between them.
But what if there were two or more items? Wouldn’t it be difficult to go back and forth and arrange them properly? Not anymore! With the new Flutter Ordering process, you can easily go right back to the previous screen after rearranging items. You don’t have to go to the previous page or tab; just start from where you left off.
There are different kinds of menus you can choose from, depending on the theme of your app. There is the standard menu, which is usually found on all Windows operating systems. You can switch to other menus such as the drop-down list of available items, the pinned item list, favorites and so on.
You may also choose between several views which include the custom panel, the custom file list, the pinned file list etc. The main difference between the various menus is their visibility and the way they appear on the screen. If you would like an example, let’s say that you would like to see the order details while you are browsing the list. In this case, you can just click on one of the icons and the details would automatically be displayed right away on the screen.
Flutter also comes with its very own version of tile tracking. It allows you to set up an activity and trigger tiles at regular intervals. You can setup a tile at the top of the screen, and every time an activity is started, it will be replaced with the tile. You can also set the tiles to start at a specific time and repeat them at regular intervals.
You can also create your own widget and drag and drop it on any screen. This widget would appear just like any other normal widget. If you would like to have more options, you can add more widgets. However, you would need to select them and drag and drop them to the right places.