inKino - A cross platform movie and showtime browser for Finnkino cinemas, made with Flutter.
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inKino - a showtime browser for Finnkino cinemas

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What is inKino?

inKino is a minimal app for browsing movies and showtimes for Finnkino cinemas. It's made with Flutter, uses flutter_redux, and has an extensive set of unit and widget tests. It also has smooth transition animations and handles offline use cases gracefully.

While I built inKino for my own needs, it is also intented to showcase good app structure and a clean, well-organized Flutter codebase. The app uses the Finnkino XML API for fetching movies and showtimes, and the TMDB API for fetching the actor avatars.

The source code is 100% Dart, and everything resides in the /lib folder.

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Building the project

Renaming the TMDB configuration file

If you try to build the project straight away, you'll get an error complaining that a tmdb_config.dart file is missing. To resolve that, run this on your terminal in the project root:

cd lib && mv tmdb_config.dart.sample tmdb_config.dart && cd ..


If you don't trust in random bash scripts copied from the Internet, you can just rename the tmdb_config.dart.sample to tmdb_config.dart manually.

The stack & building from source

The project is currently built using the latest Flutter Beta 2, with Dart 2 enabled.

To build the project, ensure that you have a recent version of the Flutter SDK installed. Then either run flutter run in the project root or use your IDE of choice. To run the tests, run flutter test in the project root.


Contributions are welcome! However, if it's going to be a major change, please create an issue first. Before starting to work on something, please comment on a specific issue and say you'd like to work on it.


Special thanks to Thibaud Colas, Brian Egan, Alessandro Aime and Juho Rautioaho for giving their extra pair of eyes for reviewing the source code.