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This is an implementation of the google_maps_flutter plugin for web. Behind the scenes, it uses a14n's google_maps dart JS interop layer.


Depend on the package

This package is not an endorsed implementation of the google_maps_flutter plugin yet, so you'll need to add it explicitly.

Modify web/index.html

Get an API Key for Google Maps JavaScript API. Get started here.

Modify the <head> tag of your web/index.html to load the Google Maps JavaScript API, like so:


  <!-- // Other stuff -->

  <script src=""></script>

Now you should be able to use the Google Maps plugin normally.

Limitations of the web version

The following map options are not available in web, because the map doesn't rotate there:

  • compassEnabled
  • rotateGesturesEnabled
  • tiltGesturesEnabled

There's no “Map Toolbar” in web, so the mapToolbarEnabled option is unused.

There's no “My Location” widget in web (tracking issue), so the following options are ignored, for now:

  • myLocationButtonEnabled
  • myLocationEnabled

There's no defaultMarkerWithHue in web. If you need colored pins/markers, you may need to use your own asset images.

Indoor and building layers are still not available on the web. Traffic is.

Only Android supports “Lite Mode”, so the liteModeEnabled constructor argument can't be set to true on web apps.

Google Maps for web uses HtmlElementView to render maps. When a GoogleMap is stacked below other widgets, package:pointer_interceptor must be used to capture mouse events on the Flutter overlays. See issue #73830.