Flutter Version Management: A simple cli to manage Flutter SDK versions.

Why not use Flutter Channels?

If all you want is to use the latest stable version or a specific channel once in a while, you should be using Flutter Channels.

This tool allows you similar functionality to Channels; however it caches those versions locally, so you don't have to wait for a full setup every time you want to switch versions.

Also, it allows you to grab versions by a specific tag, i.e. 1.2.0. In case you have projects in different Flutter SDK versions and do not want to upgrade.

Easiest way NPM & Yarn

This is a very simple way to get started with fvm.

npm install -g fvm
# or 
yarn global add fvm
# and
fvm stable

Binary installation

Download a
compatible binary for your system. For convenience, place fvm in a
directory where you can access it from the command line. Usually this is

For more detailed instructions check out Installation

Via Go

If you want, you can also get fvm via Go:

$ go get -u github.com/leoafarias/fvm
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/leoafarias/fvm
$ go install .


Installing and Activating Releases/Channels

Use fvm <version> to install and activate a version of Flutter.

$ fvm 1.2.1
$ fvm 0.11.13

$ fvm stable
$ fvm beta

If <version> has already been installed, fvm will activate it from cache without having to download and set up again.

Lists all currently installed versions

$ fvm
    >   v0.11.13

Use fvm <channel> to install and activate a particular Flutter channel.

User or install the latest stable release

$ fvm stable

User or install the latest beta release

$ fvm beta

User or install the latest fully-tested build

$ fvm dev

User or intall the latest cutting edge build

$ fvm master


See all available releases for download

$ fvm releases

Removing versions

Removes a specific version

$ fvm remove <version>

Removes all Flutter versions except the active one

$ fvm shake