Mobile app developed using a flutter framework created by Google is open-source mobile application development. It is used to develop applications for Android and iOS, as well as being the primary method of creating applications
Install Android Studio
Android Studio offers a complete, integrated IDE experience for Flutter.
- Android Studio, version 3.0 or later
Alternatively, you can also use IntelliJ:
Install the Flutter and Dart plugins
The installation instructions vary by platform.
Use the following instructions for macos:
- Start Android Studio.
- Open plugin preferences (Configure > Plugins as of v126.96.36.199 or later).
- Select the Flutter plugin and click Install.
- Click Yes when prompted to install the Dart plugin.
- Click Restart when prompted.
Linux or Windows
Use the following instructions for Linux or WIndows:
- Open plugin preferences (File > Settings > Plugins).
- Select Marketplace, select the Flutter plugin and click Install.
Download and unzip the
Flutter App, use your preferred IDE (Android Studio / Visual Code / IntelliJ) to open the project.
Run the app
- Locate the main Android Studio toolbar:
- In the target selector, select an Android device for running the app. If none are listed as available, select Tools> Android > AVD Manager and create one there. For details, see Managing AVDs.
- Click the run icon in the toolbar, or invoke the menu item Run > Run.
After the app build completes, you’ll see the starter app on your device.
Try hot reload
Flutter offers a fast development cycle with Stateful Hot Reload, the ability to reload the code of a live running app without restarting or losing app state. Make a change to app source, tell your IDE or command-line tool that you want to hot reload, and see the change in your simulator, emulator, or device.
- Change the stringcontent_copy‘You have
pushedthe button this many times’tocontent_copy‘You have clicked the button this many times’ Important: Do not stop your app. Let your app run.
- Save your changes: invoke Save All, or click Hot Reload .
You’ll see the updated string in the running app almost immediately.