What technology(s) to choose for word games?

Once upon a time wrote a game prototype on the Flex (it's a Flash UI framework).
Flash kicked the bucket, unfortunately, but the desire to finish the game is not lost.
The game is not complicated - sections of the drawer, pictures, buttons, prompts, timer, modal Windows, screen settings and, most importantly, you need from a set of letters by drag and drop as blocks to create the correct answer. Status of letters, the database, the effects should also be.
Wanted under the web in the first place, but the potential about mobile, too, should not be forgotten.
Which platforms, now under frangaki it is best to use?
Flutter all suggest, but do not like JS, even if it is a Dart. Or should I force myself?
Xamarin produces a nice impression, but I don't see how to sbility web.
April 4th 20 at 00:31
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April 4th 20 at 00:33
If the web in addition to options like js then and there. Other client languages, today, it is fashionable to say does not exist. For animations and graphics are css3 and svg.

For mobile platforms are already all the more interesting. You can collect and web app, but these things work very badly. Worth writing a native, but here it is necessary to understand under what platform
Well, if I the main logic will write on the Dart with the gun under the mobile, you see that you are ready then the application will have to display in an iFrame. So-so option, if you consider that maybe the application will want in the future to monetize (purchase levels or coins), respectively, to store the data of the users (need registration, login and that's all). - Rickey64 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:36
@Rickey64, Dart anyway compiles to JS. If you want a typing that has already invented TypeScript. Native Dart is not supported by any browser - Alessia.Bernhard40 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:39
Other client languages, today, it is fashionable to say does not exist

google://webassembly - Velda.Magg commented on April 4th 20 at 00:42
@Velda.Maggwhen you acquire a normal community and a bunch of libraries and then look, and while support is nice but not more - Alessia.Bernhard40 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:45
@EvgeniiR, I know. Just TS is much longer in the market and he's sure everything is there for normal operation - Alessia.Bernhard40 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:48
April 4th 20 at 00:35
Well, given the monetization or not, if you want to do both mobile and web, then I advise you to do a proper backend and through websocket/rest api to communicate with the client (react/svelte/vue/angular - web // react native / cordova - mobile)

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