CACHET Flutter plugins
This repo contains the source code for Flutter first-party plugins developed by developers at the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology (CACHET) at The Technical University of Denmark.
packages directory for all plugins.
Flutter plugins enable access to platform-specific APIs using a platform channel. For more information about plugins, and how to use them, see https://flutter.io/platform-plugins/.
These are the available plugins in this repository.
|screen_state||Track screen state changes|
|light||Track light sensor readings|
|pedometer||Track step count|
|noise_meter||Read noise level in Decibel|
|app_usage||Track usage of all applications on phone.|
|weather||Get current weather, as well as forecasting using the OpenWeatherMap API.|
|air_quality||Get the air quality index using the WAQI API.|
|notifications||Track device notifications.|
|movisens_flutter||Movisens sensor communication.|
|esense_flutter||eSense ear sensor plugin.|
|health||Apple HealthKit and Google Fit interface plugin.|
|audio_streamer||Stream audio as PCM from mic|
|mobility_features||Compute daily mobility features from location data|
|carp_background_location||Track location, even when app is in the background|
|flutter_foreground_service||Foreground service for Android|
Please check existing issues and file any new issues, bugs, or feature requests in the flutter-plugin issue list.
As part of the open-source Flutter ecosystem, we would welcome any help in maintaining and enhancing these plugins. We (i.e., CACHET) have limited resources for maintaining these plugins and we rely on your help in this. We welcome any contribution -- from small error corrections in the documentation, to bug fixes, to large features enhacements, or even new features in a plugin. If you wish to contribute to any of the plugins in this repo, please review our contribution guide, and send a pull request.
In general, if you wish to contribute a new plugin to the Flutter ecosystem, please see the documentation for developing packages and platform channels. You can store your plugin source code in any GitHub repository (the present repo is only intended for plugins developed by the core CARP team). Once your plugin is ready you can publish to the pub repository.