Using this library, you can always access your users without having to implement a local login. Firstly, this reduces uncertainty, lack of security, and bot users due to its unified login solution. It also reduces the cost of user authentication by email or text messages. Furthermore, you do not lose the user history and data in your app if they uninstall or change their device.
In the first step, Bazaar gives you a unique user id for each user/app which remains the same forever. More information about the user such as username, email, etc. will be supported in future releases after adding the user permission feature.
To start working with
CafeBazaarAuth, you'll need to add its this package to your
Then import it :
To authenticate user, you'll need to use
BazaarAccount? account = await CafeBazaarAuth.signIn(); print(account.id);
At the moment, you can only retrieve the default information which includes
accountID. More features will be added soon.
In case the user has granted the login access, the returned
account is not null and you can read data from the
In case the user has already granted the access, use the following getter to get the latest data:
BazaarAccount? account = await CafeBazaarAuth.lastSignedInAccount;
In case the user has not granted the login access, the
account value is null.
To display Bazaar login button in your application, you can use the following Widget:
CafeBazaarLoginButton( text: "Login With Bazaar", // Optional textStyle: TextStyle(color: Colors.white), // Optional iconSize: 28, // Optional, Default: 36 onPressed: signIn, // Required )
You can also design and use your own widget.
To save the user data, you'll need to call the following method:
String? savedData = await CafeBazaarAuth.saveData("My String Data");
You can get access to saved data by the following getter:
String? savedData = await CafeBazaarAuth.savedData;
In order to prevent phishing and information theft, use the following getter to ensure that the correct version of Bazaar is available on the user device:
bool? isBazaarInstalled = CafeBazaarAuth.isBazaarInstalledOnDevice;
To ensure that the Bazaar app version on the user device supports Bazaar login and in-app storage, use the following getter:
CafeBazaarUpdateInfo? updateInfo = CafeBazaarAuth.isNeededToUpdateBazaar; print(updateInfo.needToUpdateForAuth); print(updateInfo.needToUpdateForStorage);
If the Bazaar app is not installed, you can use following method:
In case an update for the Bazaar app is required, use the following method: