TimerTracker is a VS Code extension that helps you keep track of your development time by monitoring your build and Flutter command executions. With TimerTracker, you can easily measure how much time you spend waiting for your code to build or running flutter clean and flutter pub get commands. The
Launch VS Code Quick Open (Ctrl+P), paste the following command, and press enter.
This is an extension for Visual Studio Code that tracks the time spent building and debugging Flutter applications. It listens to events that occur during the build and debugging process and saves the data in a JSON file.
Tracks the time spent building and debugging Flutter applications
Saves the build data in a JSON file for later analysis
Detects the platform (iOS or Android) being debugged and saves the data accordingly
How to Install
Open Visual Studio Code
Click on the "Extensions" icon on the left-hand side of the screen
Search for "Build Time Tracker" and click "Install"
Restart Visual Studio Code
How to Use
Open a Flutter project in Visual Studio Code
Press F5 to start debugging the application
The extension will automatically detect when the build is finished and save the data in the JSON file
The file is saved in the user's home directory under the name .builds.json
Features to be Added
The ability to view the build data in a more user-friendly format directly within the VS Code interface
Integration with analytics platforms like Google Analytics to provide more insight into the build process
The ability to filter build data by project, device, and date range
Integration with popular project management tools like Trello and Asana to automatically log build data as tasks in these tools
The data is saved in a JSON file called .builds.json located in the user's home directory. The file can be accessed using the following path:
<user home directory>/.builds.json
For example, on a Mac, the file would be located in the following path:
This extension is open-source, and contributions are welcome! If you encounter any issues or have suggestions for improvements, please open an issue on the Github repository.