I purchased android flutter apps from an author but the documentation was poor.
At about 90% through the configuration, a folder was mentioned which did not exist.
The author did not provide the documentation prior to purchase. It seems common on Envato, -quasi standard.
Why is that? It would eliminate issues such as the one I experienced. Is there any valid reason for withholding the documentation prior to purchase?
It is almost impossible to get the author to respond in Comments. The ticket system staff did not seem to understand English for they ignored completely the question and blathered on about the accompanying Laravel app for which I have zero problems. To receive that useless response I had to wait 3-4 weeks.
Anyhow, if any Android developer has sympathy perhaps they could look at the steps below and comment:
- Copy icons into relevant project folder. OK
- Get Dependencies
And just run the following command
flutter pub get
(Does this need to be run from the root of the project folder? Anyway it completed OK).
3.Change package name in
/android/app/build.gradle and change the package name
- Open /android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml ,
/android/app/src/debug/AndroidManifest.xml and specify your:
YOUR PACKAGE NAME
YOUR APPLICATION NAME
YOUR GOOGLE MAPS KEY
- Open /android/app/src/main/kotlin/<Your Package name folders>/Application.kt and change the package name same thing with /android/app/src/main/kotlin/<Your Package name folders>/MainActivity.kt
/android/app/src/main/kotlin/<Your Package name folders>/
This folder does not exist and since the documentation did not mention any execution (apart from flutter pub get) then I can’t see how it could be created. The kotlin directory only contains a sub-directory called “com”