Check out the repository for instructions on how to get started.
In this early stage of development, we envision Flutter for web being valuable in many scenarios. For example:
A connected Progressive Web Application built with Flutter. Web support for Flutter enables existing mobile-based applications to be packaged as a PWA for reach to a broader variety of devices, or to provide a companion web experience to an existing app.
Embedded interactive content. Flutter provides a powerful environment for creating rich, data-centric components that can be easily hosted within an existing web page. Whether for data visualization, an online tool like a car configurator, or an embedded chart, Flutter can provide a productive development approach for embedded web content.
Embedding dynamic content in a Flutter mobile app. An established way to provide dynamic content updates within an existing mobile application is the use of a web view control, which can load and display information dynamically. The support Flutter now offers for a unified environment for web and mobile content enables you to deploy content online or embedded in an app without rewriting.
Notes on the technical preview
The Flutter for web technical preview is your opportunity to try out our work. Before you get started, here are a few notes:
We are developing Flutter for web in a fork of the Flutter repo. This enables fast iterations while keeping the core Flutter repo stable.
We have already started work to merge the web code into the core repository. Eventually, we’ll have a single SDK/Framework with one set of widgets that works across all platforms.
The Flutter widget APIs are identical to the mobile widget APIs, but are temporarily packaged separately.
You can repackage existing Flutter code to work on the web preview, but there are some caveats while we’re still in preview. Check out the instructions for more details.