Opinionated lints for Flutter apps, packages, and plugins to encourage good coding practices.
This package contains a recommended set of lints and some additional opinionated rules for Flutter apps, packages, and plugins to encourage good coding practices.
Some of these rules are based on the practices Pasindu and I both agreed on. (Some of work is based on his project.)
Lints are surfaced by the dart analyzer, which statically checks dart code.
Dart-enabled IDEs typically present the issues identified by the analyzer in
their UI. Alternatively, the analyzer can be invoked manually by running
Flutter apps, packages, and plugins created with
flutter create starting with
Flutter version 2.3.0 are already set up to use the lints defined in this
package. Entities created before that version can use these lints by following
- Depend on this package as a dev_dependency by running
flutter pub add --dev flutter_lints_iamchathu.
- Create an
analysis_options.yamlfile at the root of the package (alongside the
include: package:flutter_lints_iamchathu/flutter.yamlfrom it.
# This file configures the analyzer, which statically analyzes Dart code to # check for errors, warnings, and lints. # # The issues identified by the analyzer are surfaced in the UI of Dart-enabled # IDEs (https://dart.dev/tools#ides-and-editors). The analyzer can also be # invoked from the command line by running `flutter analyze`. # The following line activates a set of recommended lints for Flutter apps, # packages, and plugins designed to encourage good coding practices. include: package:flutter_lints_iamchathu/flutter.yaml linter: # The lint rules applied to this project can be customized in the # section below to disable rules from the `package:flutter_lints/flutter.yaml` # included above or to enable additional rules. A list of all available lints # and their documentation is published at # https://dart-lang.github.io/linter/lints/index.html. # # Instead of disabling a lint rule for the entire project in the # section below, it can also be suppressed for a single line of code # or a specific dart file by using the `// ignore: name_of_lint` and # `// ignore_for_file: name_of_lint` syntax on the line or in the file # producing the lint. rules: # avoid_print: false # Uncomment to disable the `avoid_print` rule # prefer_single_quotes: true # Uncomment to enable the `prefer_single_quotes` rule # Additional information about this file can be found at # https://dart.dev/guides/language/analysis-options