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What is Flatpak?

It is a next-generation technology for building and distributing desktop applications on Linux
Flatpak is a tool in the Desktop App Distribution category of a tech stack.

Who uses Flatpak?

4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Flatpak.

Flatpak's Features

  • Build for every distro - Create one app and distribute it to the entire Linux desktop market.
  • Stable platforms - Runtimes provide platforms of common libraries that you can depend on.
  • Consistent environments - Develop and test your application in an environment that’s identical to the one users have.
  • Full control over dependencies - Flatpak makes it easy to bundle your own libraries as part of your app.
  • Easy build tools - Flatpak’s build tools are simple and easy to use, and come with a full set of documentation.
  • Future-proof builds - Flatpak apps continue to be compatible with new versions of Linux distributions.
  • Distribution made easy - Make your app available to a rapidly growing audience of Flatpak users, with Flathub.
  • An independent project - Flatpak is developed by an independent community, with no lock-in to a single vendor.

Flatpak Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Flatpak?
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Flatpak's Followers
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