Client app for the Invoice Ninja web app.
Setting up the app
cp lib/.env.dart.example lib/.env.dartto create the config file.
cp android/app/build.gradle.dev android/app/build.gradleto support running the code unsigned.
flutter runwhile you have a device connected to the computer or an emulator running and now you can run it.
Note: if you don't have an Invoice Ninja backend setup you can test the app with these credentials:
The application was created using the Flutter Redux Starter.
The architecture is based off these two projects:
- Intro to Google Flutter
- Using Redux to manage state
- Handling complex forms
- Architectural review
- Additional thoughts
flutter packages pub run build_runner build --delete-conflicting-outputsto regenerate the model files. It will also remove the old generated files so conflicts are avoided..
flutter drive --target=test_driver/all_it.dartto run the tests
cp android/app/build.gradle.prod android/app/build.gradleto support running the code signed
cp android/key.properties.example android/key.propertiesto create the keys file
keytool -genkey -v -keystore key.jks -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 -alias invoiceninjato generate a key to be able to sign the android application.
android/key.propertiesaccording to the parameters you entered in previous command when you generated the key
- Open a new Firebase project from your console. Firebase is used for authentication.
- Inside the project go to Authentication and enable at least one method.
- After go to add a new Android application. For the package name add
- Press "Register App" button.
- Download "google-services.json" and put it in
We gladly accept contributions! If you'd like to get involved with development please join our Slack group.