pub package


Plugin that allow Flutter to communicate with a native WebView.

Warning: The webview is not integrated in the widget tree, it is a native view on top of the flutter view. you won't be able to use snackbars, dialogs ...

Getting Started

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How it works

Launch WebView Fullscreen with Flutter navigation

new MaterialApp(
      routes: {
        "/": (_) => new WebviewScaffold(
              url: "",
              appBar: new AppBar(
                title: new Text("Widget webview"),

FlutterWebviewPlugin provide a singleton instance linked to one unique webview, so you can take control of the webview from anywhere in the app

listen for events

final flutterWebviewPlugin = new FlutterWebviewPlugin();

flutterWebviewPlugin.onUrlChanged.listen((String url) {

Hidden WebView

final flutterWebviewPlugin = new FlutterWebviewPlugin();  

flutterWebviewPlugin.launch(url, hidden: true);

Close launched WebView


Webview inside custom Rectangle

final flutterWebviewPlugin = new FlutterWebviewPlugin();  

                  fullScreen: false,
                  rect: new Rect.fromLTWH(

Webview Events

  • Stream<Null> onDestroy
  • Stream<String> onUrlChanged
  • Stream<WebViewStateChanged> onStateChanged
  • Stream<String> onError

Don't forget to dispose webview flutterWebviewPlugin.dispose()

Webview Functions

Future<Null> launch(String url,
         {bool withJavascript: true,
         bool clearCache: false,
         bool clearCookies: false,
         bool hidden: false,
         bool enableAppScheme: true,
         Rect rect: null,
         String userAgent: null,
         bool withZoom: false,
         bool withLocalStorage: true});
Future<String> evalJavascript(String code);
Future<Map<String, dynamic>> getCookies();
Future<Null> resize(Rect rect);