I blog so I don’t forget … this:
First, the non-CLI actions:
- install XCode from the App Store
- install Flutter plugin for Visual Studio Code (if you haven’t installed VS Code, do it now, you can also use “brew” for that)
- download the latest Flutter SDK, unzip it, and move the unzipped
$HOME/Dev/frameworks(or any other location you favor)
$HOME/Dev/flutter/bin/.pub-cache/binto your path
That’s about it for now. Then do some CLI magic:
brew tap dart-lang/dart brew install dart android-studio android-sdk sudo gem install cocoapods pod setup sudo xcode-select --switch /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer sudo xcodebuild -runFirstLaunch flutter doctor --android-licenses
After that some more UI stuff:
- Start Android Studio. It will want to install a couple of things (Intel drivers pop up, weirdly)
And finally: A final
flutter doctor will tell you if everything is all right.
The whole process will download about 10-12 GB of data.