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In this blog, we will learn “Integrate Firebase Remote Config in Flutter“.
First of all, let’s discuss remote Config.
Firebase Remote Config is a cloud service that lets you do any change in your app without requiring users to download for updates.
When using Remote Config, you create in-app default values that control your app.
Then, you can later use the Firebase console to override in-app default values for all app users.
Your app controls when updates are applied, and it can frequently check for updates.
Then apply them with a negligible impact on performance.
By creating a dummy project, I’ll explain the implementation of the firebase remote config in flutter.
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Add the following dependency in your Pubspec.yaml file.
Import the following packages.
add the following code in your file where you want the changes at runtime.
Also added the keys which you wanna change and keys should same as in your firebase console.
Now, you need to add the following code in your initState method.
now refer the following image for firebase console changes in the remote config service.
that’s it on the firebase console, now publish the changes and re-run your application.
you will observe that changes are drawn in the application too.
see the output in the below-attached image.
Here you can see that I have done the changes to my firebase console.
And those changes are reflected in my application.
NOTE:-Please, be confirm that your project should be registered on the flutter firebase console.
For more details and methods you can refer to the official doc of flutter here.
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Hope this blog helped you with a better understanding of integrating firebase remote config in flutter.
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