Flutter Google Sign In using Firebase.
Flutter 1.7 updates
With the introduction of Flutter 1.7, the most frustrating thing fixing AndriodX incompatibilities has been taken care of. Now, you can just create a new project using the
--androidx flag to ensure the generated project targets the new support library.
Now, you need to fill the OAuth consent form in order to use Firebase in your app, otherwise your app will just crash. So, make sure you checkout my Medium article.
Using this app
If you want to clone and use this app, then you have to complete the following steps:
Step 1: Generate the SHA-1
Use the following command to generate SHA-1:
keytool -list -v \ -alias androiddebugkey -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore
Step 2: Complete the Firebase setup
First of all, complete the whole Firebase setup for both Android and iOS. You will get two files while doing the setup, one for each platform. You have to place the google-services.json & GoogleService-Info.plist files in the respective directory of each platform. For more info, check out my Medium article.
NOTE: USE THE SHA-1 GENERATED FROM YOUR SYSTEM
Step 3: Completing the iOS integration
For the iOS part, you have to do one more step. You will find a TODO in Info.plist file, just complete that.
Step 4: Run the app
Now, you can run the app on your device using the command:
The plugins used in this project are:
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file to use Firebase & Google Sign In:
dependencies: firebase_auth: ^0.15.4 google_sign_in: ^4.1.1
import 'package:firebase_auth/firebase_auth.dart'; import 'package:google_sign_in/google_sign_in.dart';
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