Flutter setup guide step by step process for windows

here are the step-by-step instructions for setting up Flutter on Windows:

  1. Requirements:
  • Windows 7 SP1 or later (64-bit)
  • Disk space: 400 MB (excluding IDE/Tools)
  • Tools: Git, Visual Studio Code (optional but recommended)
  1. Download Flutter:
  1. Extract the downloaded file:
  • Extract the zip file to any directory you want (e.g. C:\src\flutter).
  1. Add Flutter to PATH:
  • Add the Flutter bin directory to your system PATH variable by following these steps:
    • Open the Start menu and search for “environment variables”.
    • Select “Edit the system environment variables”.
    • Click on the “Environment Variables” button.
    • Under “System variables”, select “Path” and click “Edit”.
    • Click “New” and enter the path to the Flutter bin directory (e.g. C:\src\flutter\bin).
    • Click “OK” to close all the windows.
  1. Install Android Studio:
  • Download and install Android Studio from the official website: https://developer.android.com/studio
  • Follow the installation wizard to install Android Studio and its dependencies.
  1. Set up Android Studio:
  • Open Android Studio and go to “Settings” -> “Plugins”.
  • Search for “Flutter” and click on “Install” to install the Flutter plugin for Android Studio.
  • Click “Yes” to install Dart.
  1. Verify the Flutter installation:
  • Open a command prompt and type “flutter doctor”.
  • This will check if your Flutter installation is complete and if there are any missing dependencies that need to be installed.

Congratulations! You have successfully set up Flutter on your Windows machine.

Note: You can also use other IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA, Visual Studio, or Android Studio Code with the Flutter plugin installed.

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