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Mandatory setup


Same documentation for all related projects like Delivery & Restaurant

Run an existing flutter project on IDE​

You can generate app icon from this website https://app

  • Go to <project>/assets/image/ and replace logo.png with your own logo.
  • Go to <project>/assets/image/ and replace logo_name.png with your company name image.
  • Then go to /android/app/src/main/res and replace all mipmap folder with your <generated icon>/android folder.
  • Again go to /ios/Runner and replace Assets.xcassets with your generated Assets.xcassets folder.

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Change App Name​

  1. You need to set your app name in three different place. Open <project>/lib/util/app_constrants.dart and set the value of APP_NAME

    static const String APP_NAME = β€˜My App’;
  2. Change the value of label from <project>/android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml

     android:label="My App"
  3. Change the value of CFBundleName from <project>/iOS/Runner/info.plist

    <string>My App</string>

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Change Base URL​

Must remember that don’t put slash(/) at the end of your base url. Use your admin url as base url. First you have to install your admin panel. For example: If your admin url is then base url will be Open /lib/util/app_constrants.dart and replace BASE_URL variable value with your own URL.

static const String BASE_URL = '';

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Change App Package​

First you have to find out the existing package name. You can find it out from top of /app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml file. Now right click on project folder from android studio and click on replace in path. You will get a popup window with two input box. In first box you have to put existing package name that you saw in AndroidManifest.xml file previously and write down your preferred package name in second box and then click on Replace All button.


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Setup Firebase for Push Notification​

First you have to change your package name. If you didn’t then follow this.

  • Create your own firebase project from and also add an android app there with your own package name and app name.


    Do not create multiple project if you have multiple app like User App, Delivery App. Create only one project and add multiple app under project.

  • Click register app and download google-services.json file from there.

  • Copy that file and paste it under <project>/android/app/ folder.

  • Create a totally white png logo for notification icon. Paste it on <project>/android/app/src/main/res/drawable/ and replace notification_icon.png with your whiter version logo.

  • For IOS again create an app under same project and download GoogleService-Info.plist and paste it under <project>/iOS/ folder. Also follow this documentation for full setup for IOS:

  • Paste firebase server key in admin panel Notification Settings section. You can get server key from Firebase project settings->Cloud Messaging->Server Key.

After your setup please restart your IDE and uninstall your previously installed app then run it. Also don’t try to test it on emulator or simulator. Emulator and simulators are unable to get push. Use real device in this case.


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Add Google Map API Key​

For android, open <project>/android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml and place the value of

<meta-data android:name="" android:value=β€œYOUR_MAP_API_KEY_HERE”/>

For iOS: open <project>/iOS/Runner/AppDelegate.swift and place the value of GMSServices.provideAPIKey


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Google Login​

  • Android Integration

    To access Google Sign-In, you’ll need to make sure to register your application. visit - πŸ‘‰

    You don’t need to include the google-services.json file in your app unless you are using Google services that require it. You do need to enable the OAuth APIs that you want, using

  • IOS Integration

    1. First register your application - πŸ‘‰
    2. Make sure the file you download in step 1 is named GoogleService-Info.plist.
    3. Move or copy GoogleService-Info.plist into the [my_project]/ios/Runner directory.
    4. Open Xcode, then right-click on Runner directory and select Add Files to "Runner".
    5. Select GoogleService-Info.plist from the file manager.
    6. A dialog will show up and ask you to select the targets, select the Runner target.
    7. Then add the CFBundleURLTypes attributes below into the [your_project]/ios/Runner/Info.plist file.
    <!-- TODO Replace this value: -->
    <!-- Copied from GoogleService-Info.plist key REVERSED_CLIENT_ID -->

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Facebook Login​

  • Login on iOS and Android

  • Granted and declined permissions.

  • User information, picture profile and more.

  • Provide an access token to make request to the Graph API.

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Apple Login​

To configure Apple Login Sign-up follow the steps mentioned below -

Step 1: Find out Team ID​

  • Visit the Apple Developer page.
  • Go to Account and find out Membership details section. There you will find TeamID.

Step 2: Create or Use App ID​


If you already have an App ID that you want to use for Apple Sign-In, you can skip creating a new one and proceed to the next step.

  • Go to the Identifiers list here.
  • Click the Plus icon besides Identifiers, and then select App IDs and continue
  • Select type App and continue.
  • Provide a brief description and a Bundle ID (the same one used for your app). This identifier will serve as the Client ID for Apple Sign-In.
  • In Capabilities, select the required options like Push Notifications, Sign In with Apple, and Associated Domains (if you want QR-Scan feature).
  • Click Continue and proceed.

Step 3: Create Service ID​

  • Go again to the Identifiers list here.
  • Click the Plus icon besides Identifiers, and then select Service IDs and continue
  • Add a description and an identifier for your service, then click Continue
  • Download the file labeled as AuthKey_example.p8. This is the Service File, and the segment "example" within the file name is indicative of the KeyID. To illustrate, if your file is titled AuthKey_XXXXXXXXXX.p8, then XXXXXXXXXX signifies the KeyID.

Step 4: Submit Data in Admin Panel​

  • Go to the Admin panel.

  • Navigate to 3rd Party > Social Login > Apple Login setup your data.

  • Use the following information:

    • Client ID: The Bundle ID you previously specified.
    • Team ID: Obtained from the Apple Developer page.
    • Key ID: KeyID from the AuthKey_example.p8 file name.
    • Service File: Downloaded AuthKey_example.p8 file.
  • Save and enable Apple Login status.

By following these steps, you can successfully set up and implement Apple Sign-In in your Project.


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