QR.Flutter is a Flutter library for simple and fast QR code rendering via a Widget or custom painter.


  • Built on QR - Dart
  • Supports QR code versions 1 - 40
  • Error correction / redundancy
  • Configurable output size, padding, background and foreground colors
  • No internet connection required


You can install the package by adding the following lines to your pubspec.yaml:

  qr_flutter: ^1.1.3

After adding the dependency to your pubspec.yaml you can run: flutter packages get or update your packages using your IDE.

Getting started

To start, import the dependency in your code:

import 'package:qr_flutter/qr_flutter.dart';

Next, to render a basic QR code you can use the following code (or something like it):

new QrImage(
  data: "1234567890",
  size: 200.0,

Depending on your data requirements you may want to tweak the QR code output. The following options are available:

versionintA value between 1 and 40. See http://www.qrcode.com/en/about/version.html for details.
errorCorrectionLevelintA value defined on QrErrorCorrectLevel. e.g.: QrErrorCorrectLevel.L.
sizedoubleThe (square) size of the image. If not given, will auto size using shortest size constraint.
paddingEdgeInsetsPadding surrounding the QR code data
backgroundColorColorThe background color (default is none)
foregroundColorColorThe foreground color (default is black)


See the example directory for a basic working example.


Has it been tested in production? Can I use it in production?

Yep! It's stable and ready to rock. It's currently in use in quite a few production applications including:



Thanks to Kevin Moore for his awesome QR - Dart library. It's the core of this library.

For author/contributor information, see the AUTHORS file.


QR.Flutter is released under a modified MIT license. See LICENSE for details.