A command-line tool which simplifies the process of creating folder and file structure of your project according to your needs. Your Template Config file can be saved locally or uploaded to your gist account.
1. Setup the config file
Add your Flutter Template configuration to your
pubspec.yaml or create a new config file called
An example is shown below. More complex examples can be found in the example projects.
dev_dependencies: flutter_templater: git: https://github.com/meTowhid/flutter_templater.git template_config: generate: - path: assets/fonts - path: lib/constants/constants.dart - path: lib/screens files: - file: splash.dart template: scaffold
If you stored your configuration separately than you will need to specify the name of the file when running the package.
flutter pub get flutter pub run flutter_templater:main -f <your config file name here>
2. Run the package
After setting up the configuration, all that is left to do is run the package. default file name is
flutter pub get flutter pub run flutter_templater:main
If you encounter any issues please report them here.
Shown below is the full list of attributes which you can specify within your Flutter Templater configuration.
false: Override the existing files
gist: This can pull any 'config.yaml' file from gist address
generate: This holds the list of generatable items
path: The location of the folder/file. In case of file you can define its template code.
template: 3 basic templates are included in the package
gist: You can use your own gist to create template
files: In case of generating multiple files in the same directory
file: file name with its extension must be here
template: as mentioned earlier, any template can be used here
gist: Your gist link can be applied here