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[Need help] About Hot reload in android studio. #213

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CaiJingLong opened this issue Jul 29, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Jul 29, 2019

I have seen that hover can be connected to vscode in a certain way ,as #129 , and even theoretically can complete this process through plugins?
So Android Studio/Intellij Idea can do this?

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commented Jul 29, 2019

even theoretically can complete this process through plugins?

I'm not understanding the question.

So Android Studio/Intellij Idea can do this?

If you are asking about hot-reload using Intellij, the current Intellij flutter extension doesn't support it.

An issue has been opened on the flutter-intellij issue tracker, please follow: flutter/flutter-intellij#2250. If the feature gets implemented, please report back on this issue and we will provide the instruction to 'connect' hover to Intellij.

Closing the issue for now. I will say subscribed to the feed.

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commented Sep 16, 2019

I know this issue is closed, but I found a slightly better way to launch hover in Android Studio / IntelliJ and wanted to share. This is my source

I added hover as an External Tool like this:
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And now I can launch my flutter app in hover by going into Tools - External Tools - Hover

I prefer this over having it run in a terminal Tab, since it groups nicely with other applications I ran in the Run tab:
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