A Flutter widget to use Apache ECharts (incubating) in a reactive way.

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Note: flutter_echarts focuses on complex charts and interactions. It's implemented by WebView. If you prefer better performance and capability but simpler charts, we recommend this pure Flutter visualization lib: Graphic

Reactive Updating

The most exciting feature of Flutter widgets and React components is that the view can update reactively when data changes. Thanks to ECharts' data driven architecture, flutter_echarts implements a reactive way to connect charts with data. The charts automatically re-render when data in the option property changes.

Two Way Communication

The onMessage and extraScript properties provide a way to set two-way event communication between Flutter and JavaScript.

Configurable Extensions

ECharts has a lot of extensions. The extensions property allows you to inject the extension scripts as raw strings. In this way, you can copy these scripts to your source code without being confusing by assets dirs.


Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:

  flutter_echarts: #latest version

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:flutter_echarts/flutter_echarts.dart';  

Details see pub.dev.


The flutter_echarts package itself is very simple to use, just like a common statelessWidget:

Details about the option object is in the Echarts docs or Echarts examples.

  child: Echarts(
  option: '''
      xAxis: {
        type: 'category',
        data: ['Mon', 'Tue', 'Wed', 'Thu', 'Fri', 'Sat', 'Sun']
      yAxis: {
        type: 'value'
      series: [{
        data: [820, 932, 901, 934, 1290, 1330, 1320],
        type: 'line'
  width: 300,
  height: 250,

See the full flutter_echarts_example.

Widget Properties



( required )

ECharts is mainly configured by passing a string value to the JavaScript option property.

You can use jsonEncode() function in dart:convert to convert data in Dart object form:

source: ${jsonEncode(_data1)},

Because JavaScript don't have ''', you can use this operator to reduce some escape operators for quotas:

  option: '''
    // option string

To use images in option properties, we suggest the Base64 Data URL :

image: 'data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KG...',



JavaScript which will execute after the Echarts.init() and before any chart.setOption(). The widget has a Javascript channel named Messager, so you can use this identifier to send messages from JavaScript to Flutter:

extraScript: '''
  chart.on('click', (params) => {
    if(params.componentType === 'series') {


void Function(String)

Function to handle the message sent by Messager.postMessage() in extraScript .



List of strings are from Echarts extensions, such as themes, components, WebGL, and languages. You can download them from the official ECharts extension list. Insert extensions as raw strings:

const liquidPlugin = r'''

  // copy from liquid.min.js




You can download built-in ECharts themes or build your own custom themes with the ECharts theme builder. Copy the theme script into the extensions param and register the theme name with this param.



( default: false )

Setting captureAllGestures to true is useful when handling 3D rotation and data zoom bars. Note that setting prevents containers like ListViews from reacting to gestures on the charts.

If true, captureHorizontalGestures and captureVerticalGestures are forced true.



( default: false )

Only capture horizontal gestures.



( default: false )

Only capture vertical gestures.


void Function()

The callback when first time the chart is loaded and rendered.