Aaveg App

Flutter Application for Aaveg Fest




  • Java-Version – ’12.x’
  • Flutter-Version – ‘2.5.x’
  • Dart-Version – ‘2.12’ or above
  • Android Studio


  • Fork and Clone the Repo
    git clone <YOUR_FORK_URL>
  • Add remote upstream
    git remote add upstream <MAIN_REPO_URL>
  • To get all the dependencies listed in the pubspec
    flutter pub get
  • To run the App
    flutter run 




  • Add google-services.json file inside android/app/

  • Add the file path in .gitignore(if not already)

  • Creating tar file [services.tar], Run the command below in your project’s working directory to create the archive file:

    tar cvf services.tar android/app/google-services.json
  • Add the services.tar in .gitignore(if not already)

  • Run the command below to encrypt the services.tar file.

    gpg -c services.tar
  • During encryption, it will ask for password which will be used to decrypt the encrypted file. After running the command, there will be a new file in your project’s working directory named services.tar.gpg.

  • Add the gpg password to github secrets



  • on: [pull_request, push] to main: This workflow will work whenever someone push or, make a pull request main branch.
  • In the steps we are:
    • if pull_request
      • Run Formatter
      • Run Analyzer
    • if push
      • Decryptes the services.tar.gpg by using the password stored in the secrets FIREBASE_SECRET.
      • Builds app-release.apk.
      • Stores the generated app-release.apk in artifacts


Configure git-hooks path

  • Run the following command
    git config core.hooksPath .githooks


  • pre-commit

    • Runs Formatter
    • Runs Analyzer
  • pre-push

    • Checks for un-committed files
    • Runs Test cases

Contributing to Aaveg App

Here are the guidelines we’d like you to follow:


Never push directly to main repository (upstream). Only push to your forked repo (origin) and send a pull request to
the main repository

Coding Rules

To ensure consistency throughout the source code, keep these rules in mind as you are working:

  • The coding style to be followed along with instructions to use flutter_lint
  • Enable Sound-Null-Safety

Git Commit Guidelines

Commit Message Format

Each commit message consists of a header, a body and a footer. The header has a special
format that includes a type, a scope and a subject:

<type>(<scope>): <subject>

Any line of the commit message cannot be longer 100 characters! This allows the message to be easier to read on github
as well as in various git tools.

Example Commit Message

feat(Profile): display QR code

fetch the qr code from API and display it on Profile page (profile_screen.dart)

fixes #1234

Please follow the conventions followed here.

Also, refer this page on how to write the body


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