VideoLauncher

Usage

To use this plugin, add video_launcher as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

Example

After importing 'package:video_launcher/video_launcher.dart' the directories can be queried as follows

To launch a video :

Future<Null> _launch(String url) async {
    if (await canLaunchVideo(url)) {
      await launchVideo(url);
    } else {
      throw 'Could not launch $url';
    }
  }

To play a local video file :

Future<Null> _launch(String url) async {
    if (await canLaunchVideo(url, isLocal:true)) {
      await launchVideo(url, isLocal:true);
    } else {
      throw 'Could not launch $url';
    }
  }

Please see the example app of this plugin for a full example.

Getting Started

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Libraries

video_launcher

Dart

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