CrashOps plugin for Flutter

License: MIT

This Flutter plugin helps to bridge your app with the CrashOps native SDK. CrashOps SDK helps you monitor your app's crashes and Flutter errors.


⑂ & ▶ (plug n' play)

Easiest to install, all you need to do is add crashops_flutter dependency and the SDK will automatically start monitoring native crashes on each app launch.

Required changes in your pubspec.yaml file:

    sdk: flutter
  crashops_flutter: 0.3.8


(see the a full example project in:

CrashOps can catch also errors from Flutter and Dart, not only native crashes.

To catch errors from your Flutter app, edit your main() method as follows:

void main() {
      app: MyApp(),
      iosKey: "your-ios-application-key-from-crashops-console",
      androidKey: "your-android-application-key-from-crashops-console",
      onError: (flutterErrorDetails, globalError, stackTrace) {
        if (flutterErrorDetails != null) {
          // Sometimes 'flutterErrorDetails' may be null because CrashOps catches Dart errors as well, not only Flutter errors.
          // In case you wish to use more error catchers, make calls like this one:
          // Crashlytics.instance.recordFlutterError(flutterErrorDetails);

        print("CrashOps caught an error from Flutter / Dart:\nError: $globalError\nStack Trace: $stackTrace");

Customize configurations as you like

class _MyAppState extends State<MyApp> {
  // It's not mandatory to put those configurations inside a State.
  // It may also be in the "main()" function.
  final CrashOps crashOps = CrashOps();


  void initState() {

    // If you're willing to create logs in debug
    crashOps.isEnabledInDebugMode = true;
    // If you wish to upload logs to CrashOps' servers
        iosKey: "your-ios-application-key-from-crashops-console",
        androidKey: "your-android-application-key-from-crashops-console");
    // If you wish to include more details in each log
    crashOps.setMetadata({"yo": "that's my awesome app!"});



Configuration Files (use them if not configured programmatically)

These files are not mandatory to use as you can also configure CrashOps via code only (programmatically, as mentioned above), but you still can add these files to save configuration via coding.

iOS 'plist' configuration file


Android 'xml' configuration file


Don't have Flutter yet?

To help you getting started with Flutter, view their online documentation, which offers tutorials, samples, guidance on mobile development, and a full API reference.


Our iOS SDK uses KSCrash library.

Our Android SDK uses retrofit.

Thanks to this awesome framework called Flutter, we cloud export this package.


Work in progress: creating a UI dashboard on the web, stay tuned.