Friends Roster – More Flutter Plugins

This is the continuation of “how I built the Friends Roster app” saga. If you missed the previous parts in this series, do check them out — part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5. To recap I was using the following plugins in Flutter to reduce the amount of code I need to write. firebase_core: ^0.5.3 firebase_auth: ^0.18.4 google_sign_in: ^4.5.6 url_launcher: ^5.7.10 cloud_firestore: ^0.14.4 timeago: ^2.0.29 clock: ^1.0.1 contacts_service: ^0.4.6 permission_handler: ^5.0.1 call_log: ^2.1.0 The ones in bold are covered in my previous post. Of the five screens I had in the app, I already covered two screens. The rest … Continue reading “Friends Roster – More Flutter Plugins”

Friends Roster – Flutter Plugins

This is the continuation of “how I built the Friends Roster app” saga. If you missed the previous parts in this series, do check them out — part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4. In this post I will go into a little more details on how I built the screens with the help of Flutter plugins. One of the best features of Flutter is plugins. There are a number of plugins available that do all the heavy lifting for you. For example there are plugins to login to Google account, read contacts from phone, access call logs etc. And using … Continue reading “Friends Roster – Flutter Plugins”