FlutterIsolate class Null safety

Properties

controlPort SendPort?
Control port used to send control messages to the isolate.
read / write
hashCode int
The hash code for this object.
read-onlyinherited
pauseCapability Capability?
Capability granting the ability to pause the isolate (not implemented)
read / write
runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-onlyinherited
terminateCapability Capability?
Capability granting the ability to terminate the isolate (not implemented)
read / write

Methods

kill({int priority = Isolate.beforeNextEvent}) → void
Requestes to terminate the flutter isolate. As the isolate that is created is backed by a FlutterBackgroundView/FlutterEngine for the platform implementations, the event loop will continue to execute even after user code has completed. Thus they must be explicitly terminate using kill if you wish to dispose of them after you have finished. This should cleanup the native components backing the isolates.
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed.
inherited
pause() → void
Requests the isolate to pause. This uses the underlying isolates pause implementation to pause the isolate from with the pausing isolate otherwises uses a SendPort to pass through a pause requres to the target
resume() → void
Requests the isolate to resume. This uses the underlying isolates resume implementation to as it takes advangtage of functionality that is not exposed, ie sending 'out of band' messages to an isolate. Regular 'user' ports will not be serviced when an isolate is paused.
toString() String
A string representation of this object.
inherited

Operators

operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator.
inherited

Static Properties

current FlutterIsolate
read-only
runningIsolates Future<List<String>>
Will return a List of UUIDs representing all running isolates. NOTE: You cannot kill them individually. This information is only useful if you want to count the number of isolates
read-only

Static Methods

killAll() Future<void>
Will kill all running isolates and wait for it to complete. It's useful if you want to hot reload an application.
spawn<T>(void entryPoint(T message), T message) Future<FlutterIsolate>
Creates and spawns a flutter isolate that shares the same code as the current isolate. The spawned isolate will be able to use flutter plugins. T can be any type that can be normally be passed through to regular isolate's entry point.