A demo app showcasing how Flutter can deliver a great multi-platform experience, targeting iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows, Linux, and web. Built by gskinner in partnership with Google, Flutter Folio purposefully considers user expectations, input devices and idioms for each platform, ensuring it feels at home on every device.
We exist to build innovative digital experiences for smart clients, and we love how easy Flutter makes that experience. Don’t hesitate to stop by our site to learn more about what we do. We’d love to hear from you!
To preview the app without needing to run a build process you can download any of the latest released builds.
|Android||Checkout the repo to install on your local device.|
|iOS||Checkout the repo to install on your local device.|
If you’re new to Flutter the first thing you’ll need is to follow the setup instructions.
Once Flutter is setup, you can use the default
stable channel, or switch to the latest
dev version to get the most current fixes for desktop/web:
flutter channel dev
If you’ve never run a desktop build before, you will need to enable it with a one-time command for your current platform:
flutter config --enable-macos-desktop
flutter config --enable-windows-desktop
flutter config --enable-linux-desktop
Once you’re on
dev and desktop is enabled, you’re ready to run the app:
flutter run -d windows
flutter run -d macos
flutter run -d linux
flutter run -d android
flutter run -d ios
flutter run -d web
If you re-start your IDE, you should also see a new launch option for your current desktop platform.
This repo includes a set of Keys for Cloudinary and Firebase that are on the free pricing plans. Depending on traffic, these may reach their limit. If that happens, you will need to provide your own keys in order to run the app locally, those can be found in
AppKeys.dart. These limits should refresh each month, so your mileage will vary here.
This application is released under the MIT license. You can use the code for any purpose, including commercial projects.