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README.md

FlatApp-Firebase-Flutter

A new open-source Flutter project from GeekyAnts that enables the developer to quickly get started with the Flutter application development. We have recreated a few screens of our famous React Native Starter Kit in Flutter!

This project is integrated with Firebase for user authentication and contains all the basic features that are required to build an amazing Flutter app.

Demo

Demo

Features

  • Form Validation
  • Firebase Authentication

Getting Started

Note: Make sure your Flutter environment is setup.

Installation

In the command terminal, run the following commands:

$ git clone git@github.com:GeekyAnts/FlatApp-Firebase-Flutter.git
$ cd FlatApp-Firebase-Flutter/

Setup Flutter Firebase integration

Check out the documentation to setup Flutter Firebase integration.

For Android

In android/app folder add your google-service.json.

For iOS

In ios/Runner folder add your GoogleService-Info.plist.

Start your Flutter project by running the command:
$ flutter run

Simulate for iOS

Method One

Open the project in Xcode from ios/Runner.xcodeproj.
Hit the play button.

Method Two

Run the following command in your terminal.
$ open -a Simulator
$ flutter run

Simulate for Android

Make sure you have an Android emulator installed and running.
Run the following command in your terminal.
$ flutter run
Check out Flutter’s online documentation for help getting start with your Flutter project.