This is a fork of AspectD.

Beike_AspectD is an aop framework for dart. AspectD has provide developers call/execute/inject grammer to manipulate the dart code. Besides that, Beike_AspectD also provides

  • ✅ Support add grammer to add function to classes.
  • ✅ Support field get grammer to exchange the field get call.
  • ✅ Support flutter web.

What can we use Beike_AspectD for?

Beike has used Beike_AspectD in many packages.

  • Event tracking.
  • Json to model.
  • Performance monitoring.
  • Flutter framework bug fixing.


1. Apply flutter_tools.patch.

cd path-for-flutter-tools-git-repo
git apply --3way path-for-beike_aspectd-package/inner/0001-aspectd.patch
rm ../../bin/cache/flutter_tools.stamp

Next time when you build your project, flutter tools will build automatically.

2. Add Beike_AspectD to your yaml.

    path: ../

3. Add aop_config.yaml to your flutter project.

Add a file named aop_config.yaml to your flutter project’s root directory(the same directory as pubspec.yaml).

You can copy the file from the example of Beike_AspectD.
The content of the file are as follow

  - project_name: 'beike_aspectd'
    exec_path: 'bin/starter.snapshot'

Flutter_tools will check the file to find if Beike_AspectD is enabled. And it will get the starter.snapshot to process the dill file.

4. Write your hook file and import the file.

hook_example.dart(aop implementation)

import 'package:beike_aspectd/aspectd.dart';

class CallDemo {

 @Call("package:example/main.dart", "_MyHomePageState",
 void _incrementCounter4(PointCut pointcut) {
   print('call instance method2!');

As hook_example.dart is not used in your project, we should import it in the project, or it will be tree shaked while compiling.

For example, we can import the file in main.dart.

// ignore: unused_import
import 'package:example/hook_example.dart';


In addition to the 3 ways(call/execute/inject) to do AOP programming AspectD provide us, Beike_AspectD also provide add/field get manipulation.


Add a method to a class, support class name regex, support super class filter.

  @Add("package:.+\\.dart", ".*", isRegex: true)
  dynamic getBasicInfo(PointCut pointCut) {
    return pointCut?.sourceInfos ?? {};

Code above add getBasicInfo() method to all the classes, you can use your own regex and superCls parameter to filter classes.
We can call the function using the following code.

    dynamic self = someinstance;
    Map info = self.getBasicInfo(PointCut.pointCut());

field get

Every callsites of the a field will be manipulated.

 @FieldGet('package:example/main.dart', 'MyApp', 'field', false)
 static String exchange2(PointCut pointCut) {
    return 'Beike_Aspectd';

Suppose MyApp class has a property called field, by using the the above code, when calling the property field, it will always return string ‘Beike_Aspectd’.


Currently Beike_Aspectd support flutter 1.22.4 and 2.2.2 .


  • How to know if my code is hooked successfully?
    1. First you need to download the dart-sdk and checkout to the corresponding revision of flutter. The revision of dart can be found at path_to_flutter/bin/cache/dart-sdk/revision.
    2. Run the following command.

    path_to_flutter/bin/cache/dart-sdk/bin/dart  path_to_dart/pkg/vm/bin/dump_kernel.dart path_to_your_project/.dart_tool/flutter_build/***/app.dill output_path/out.dill.txt
    1. Open output_path/out.dill.txt file, check if your code is hook.


If you have any question, please feel free to file a issue.


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