Pusher Flutter Client
An unofficial Flutter plugin that wraps pusher-websocket-java on Android and pusher-websocket-swift on iOS.
Note: This plugin is still under development, and some APIs might not be available yet. Feedback and Pull Requests are most welcome!
How to install
/ios/Podfile, set global platform to at least 9.0
platform :ios, '9.0'
For iOS Objective-C based Flutter apps
It is currently a bit difficult to get some Swift based Flutter plugins working in an Objective-C based Flutter app. See here for info and here for a way to fix.
This set of steps should work to fix this for your project.
use_frameworks! to the end of the Runner section in
- Set Swift version in your iOS Runner project.
- Open the project with Xcode.
- In Runner, File -> New -> File -> Swift File. Name it anything.
- Xcode will ask you if you wish to create Bridging Header, click yes.
- Go to Runner
Build Settings and set
SWIFT_VERSION to either 4.2 or 5.0
- Delete the Swift file created in step 2
- Delete the Bridging Header created in step 3
- In /ios
pod install --repo-update
How to use
Pusher.init( ... )
|Required - The application key is a string which is globally unique to your application. It can be found in the API Access section of your application within the Channels user dashboard.|
|Required - The options provided to pusher, more information in the PusherOptions section.|
|Optional - Enabling this will activate the logging of important events to the console.|
Pusher.connect( ... )
|Optional - Callback when the state of the connection changes (eg. |
DISCONNECTED, ... ).
|Optional - Callback when the connection fires an error (eg. |
Pusher.subscribe( ... )
|Required - provide the channel name to subscribe to (eg. |
|Optional - A mechanism for authenticating a user's access to a channel at the point of subscription.|
|Optional - The identifier of the cluster your application was created in. When not supplied, will connect to the |
|Optional - Provide your own (websocket) host instead of the default |
|Optional - Provide your own (websocket) port instead of the default |
443 (when encryption is enabled) or port
80 (when encryption is disabled).
|Optional - Tell pusher to only connect over TLS connections to ensure connection traffic is encrypted. This means using |
wss:// instead of
ws://, encryption is enabled by default.
|Optional - After this time (in milliseconds) without any messages received from the server, a ping message will be sent to check if the connection is still working. Default value is supplied by the server, low values will result in unnecessary traffic. The default is set to |
|Required - The endpoint pusher should query to make the post request (eg. https://api.example.com/broadcating/auth).|
|Optional - The headers that should be sent with the POST request to the above endpoint. 2 Different Content-Types are supported: |
application/json. Supplying any of the above types will result into the request body being sent in
form-urlencoded format or
JSON format. Defaults to
Generate the models and the factories:
flutter packages pub run build_runner build --delete-conflicting-outputs