TestFairy integration for Flutter, bundles with the native SDK.


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Quick Start

Include the library and run your main app like this.

# inside pubspec.yaml

  testfairy: any
// inside your main.dart

import 'package:testfairy/testfairy.dart';

void main() {
         () async {
           try {
             // Enables widget error logging
             FlutterError.onError =
                 (details) => TestFairy.logError(details.exception);
             // Initializes a session
             await TestFairy.begin(TOKEN);
             // Runs your app
           } catch (error) {
             // Logs synchronous errors
         // Logs network events
         // Logs asynchronous errors
         onError: TestFairy.logError,
         // Logs console messages
         zoneSpecification: new ZoneSpecification(
           print: (self, parent, zone, message) {

How to update native SDKs?

This is done automatically for Android.

If you want to update the native iOS SDK used by this integration, run pod install in your ios directory. This will fix all the syntax errors in TestFairyFlutterPlugin.m file if there is any due to an update.


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Features supported by both Android and iOS

  • begin
  • beginWithOptions
  • setServerEndpoint
  • getVersion
  • sendUserFeedback
  • addCheckpoint
  • addEvent
  • setCorrelationId
  • identifyWithTraits
  • identify
  • setUserId
  • setAttribute
  • getSessionUrl
  • showFeedbackForm
  • stop
  • resume
  • pause
  • log
  • setScreenName
  • didLastSessionCrash
  • enableCrashHandler
  • disableCrashHandler
  • enableMetric
  • disableMetric
  • enableFeedbackForm
  • disableFeedbackForm
  • setMaxSessionLength
  • enableVideo
  • disableVideo
  • bringFlutterToFront

Features supported by only Android

  • setFeedbackOptions

Features not supported by any platform yet

  • enableVideo
  • disableVideo
  • takeScreenshot


  1. Install Flutter.
  2. Connect an Android device.
  3. Run flutter packages get in both root and example folder.
  4. Run ./test.sh in the main folder and wait for tests to complete.
  5. (Optional) Run ./run.sh and tap buttons to see what happens.
  6. (Optional) Run ./profile.sh in the main folder and tap around to benchmark.
  7. Edit example/lib/main.dart and example/test_driver/app_test.dart to add a test case.
  8. Edit lib/testfairy_flutter.dart to add more SDK integration.
  9. Run ./docs.sh to generate documentation for offline usage.


  1. Add video and screenshot support on Android.
  2. Add feedback options support for iOS.