amplify_api

The Amplify Flutter API category plugin.

Getting Started

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Changes for version 0.3.0 and above

When creating subscriptions, now, a Stream object will be returned to you. This Stream will continue producing events until either the subscription encounters an error, or you cancel the subscription. In the case of await for, this cancellation occurs when breaking out of the loop.

Future<void> subscribe() async {
  final graphQLDocument = '''subscription MySubscription {
    onCreateBlog {
      id
      name
      createdAt
    }
  }''';
  final Stream<GraphQLResponse<String>> operation = Amplify.API.subscribe(
    GraphQLRequest<String>(document: graphQLDocument),
    onEstablished: () => print('Subscription established'),
  );

  try {
    // Retrieve 5 events from the subscription
    var i = 0;
    await for (var event in operation) {
      i++;
      print('Subscription event data received: ${event.data}');
      if (i == 5) {
        break;
      }
    }
  } on Exception catch (e) {
    print('Error in subscription stream: $e');
  }
}

Alternatively, you can call Stream.listen to create a StreamSubscription object which can be programmatically canceled.

Future<void> subscribe() async {
  final graphQLDocument = '''subscription MySubscription {
    onCreateBlog {
      id
      name
      createdAt
    }
  }''';
  final Stream<GraphQLResponse<String>> operation = Amplify.API.subscribe(
    GraphQLRequest<String>(document: graphQLDocument),
    onEstablished: () => print('Subscription established'),
  );
  final StreamSubscription<GraphQLResponse<String>> subscription =
      operation.listen(
    (event) {
      print('Subscription event data received: ${event.data}');
    },
    onError: (Object e) => print('Error in subscription stream: $e'),
  );

  // ...

  // Cancel the subscription and close the underlying stream.
  subscription.cancel();
}

Libraries

amplify_api_plugin
model_mutations
model_queries
model_subscriptions