Supply Translations to your Flutter app. Medium GitHub stars

The idea behind this library package is to allow your app to easily display its text in any number of supported translations. Those translations are stored in a easily readable Map varibles accessed by developers and non-developers alike.

Sample App

Use the example app that accompanies this library package can be implemented and used in your Flutter app: example


I don't always like the version number suggested in the 'Installing' page. Instead, always go up to the 'Major' value in the semantic version number when installing my library packages. This means always entering a version number with then two trailing zeros, '.0.0'. This allows you to take in any 'minor' versions introducing new features, or in this case, any 'patch' versions that involves bugfixes. Semantic version numbers are always in this format: major.minor.patch.

  1. patch - I've made bugfixes
  2. minor - I've introduced new features
  3. major - I've essentially made a new app. It's broken backwards-compatibility and has a completely new user experience. You won't get this version until you increment the major number in the pubspec.yaml file.

And so, in this case, add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file instead:


Tap image below for free article on Medium.com: flags

Other Dart Packages

packages Other Dart packages from the author can also be found at Pub.dev