Experimental package for running Flutter apps from a Dart runner, instead of the
C++ runner that is provided by default when you do
You might use this to create a Windows Flutter app without requiring a C++
compiler on your system.
At present, this is not much more than a lightweight experiment. It doesn’t
currently support high-DPI scaling, or plugins, or theme changes. It is
therefore not recommended for use with production apps: it’s more a
A sample app that uses it can be found in the
example\ subdirectory. This can be
used to run an existing Flutter app.
# Create a sample app C:\src\win32_runner> cd .. C:\src> flutter create simpleapp C:\src> cd simpleapp # Compile Flutter code and assets to the build\ subdirectory C:\src\simpleapp> flutter assemble -dTargetPlatform=windows-x64 --output=build -dBuildMode=release release_bundle_windows_assets # Compile Dart runner C:\src\simpleapp> dart compile exe ..\win32_runner\example\flutter_run.dart -o flutter_run.exe # Run Flutter app C:\src\simpleapp> flutter_run