Flutterando Analysis


This package provides lint rules for Dart and Flutter which are used in Flutterando's packages and projects. For more information, see the complete list of options.

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Table of Contents
  1. About The Project
  2. Sponsors
  3. How to Use
  4. How to Supress Lints
  5. Badge
  6. Contributing
  7. Contact
  8. Acknowledgements

About The Project

Flutterando Analysis are a set of Flutter and Dart Lint rules that are the basis of our projects here at the community. They were inspired and selected from our work experience with other companies, and are backed up by several senior Flutter developers that can guarantee it's usefullness.

This project is distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.txt for more information.

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How To Use

To use our linter rules import it to your project like this:

a) Adding the package as a dependency in your Pubspec.yaml:

# Add it as a dev dependency
  flutterando_analysis: ^0.0.1

# Or as a normal dependency if you need to
  flutterando_analysis: ^0.0.1

b) Alternatively, use Dart Pub. You can take out the tag --dev if you want to install as a normal dependency:

  dart pub add --dev flutterando_analysis

After importing it, add an include in your project's analysis_options.yaml:

include: package:flutterando_analysis/flutter.yaml

or, for Dart:

include: package:flutterando_analysis/dart.yaml

There are 4 sets of linter rules that you can choose from:

  • dart.yaml

  • flutter.yaml

  • dart_package.yaml

  • flutter_package.yaml (this second set has the rule "public_member_api_docs" set to True)

See also the analysis_options.0.0.1.yaml to know which rules we are using.

How To Suppress Lints

There may be cases where specific lint rules are undesirable. Lint rules can be suppressed at the line, file, or project level.

An example use case for suppressing lint rules at the file level is suppressing the prefer_const_constructors in order to achieve 100% code coverage. This is due to the fact that const constructors are executed before the tests are run, resulting in no coverage collection.

Line Level

To suppress a specific lint rule for a specific line of code, use an ignore comment directly above the line:

// ignore: public_member_api_docs
class A {}

File Level

To suppress a specific lint rule of a specific file, use an ignore_for_file comment at the top of the file:

// ignore_for_file: public_member_api_docs

class A {}

class B {}

Project Level

To suppress a specific lint rule for an entire project, modify analysis_options.yaml:

Example (change flutterando_analysis.yaml for the analysis file you are using, like in the Getting Started section above):

include: package:flutterando_analysis/flutterando_analysis.yaml
    public_member_api_docs: false

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To indicate that your project is using flutterando_analysis you can use this badge:

Just copy and paste in your readme.md the code below:

[![style: Flutterando analysis](https://img.shields.io/badge/style-flutterando__analysis-blueviolet)](https://pub.dev/packages/flutterando_analysis)

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Contributions are what make the open source community such an amazing place to learn, inspire, and create. Any contributions you make are greatly appreciated.

If you have a suggestion that would make this better or questions, please open an issue here, with the appropriate tag. Don't forget to give the project a star! Thanks!

Remember to include a tag, and to follow Conventional Commits and Semantic Versioning when uploading your commit and/or creating the issue.

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Flutterando Community

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Thanks to the people who contributed to this project.

Disclaimer: this project's readme was based on very_good_analysis' readme.

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See analysis_options.0.0.1.yaml for the complete list of rules