Flutter plug-in for SAP Customer Data Cloud

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A Flutter plugin for interfacing Gigya's native SDKs into a Flutter application using Dart.


A flutter plugin that provides an interface for the Gigya API.


Android SDK support requires SDK 14 and above. Requires iOS version 13+.

Download and Installation

Add the Flutter plugin to your pubspec.yaml project configuration file.

Setup & Gigya core integration

Android setup

Configure the basic elements needed for integrating the Android SDK.

If you need a custom scheme (Optional):

class MyApplication : FlutterApplication() {

    override fun onCreate() {
        GigyaFlutterPlugin.init(this, GigyaAccount::class.java)

iOS setup

Navigate to <your project root>/ios/Runner/AppDelegate.swift and add the following:

import gigya_flutter_plugin
import Gigya

@objc class AppDelegate: FlutterAppDelegate {
  override func application(
    _ application: UIApplication,
    didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplication.LaunchOptionsKey: Any]?
  ) -> Bool {

    // Copy this code to you Android app.
    GeneratedPluginRegistrant.register(with: self)
    SwiftGigyaFlutterPlugin.register(accountSchema: UserHost.self)

    return super.application(application, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: launchOptions)

Important: Make sure you have configured your info.plist file accordingly.

Sending a simple request

Sending a request is available using the Flutter plugin's send method.

GigyaSdk.instance.send('REQUEST-ENDPOINT', {PARAMETER-MAP}).then((result) {
    }).catchError((error) {

Example implementation is demonstrated in the send_request.dart class of the example application in the Github code repository for this project.

Business APIs

The Flutter plugin provides an interface to these core SDK business APIs:

  • login
  • register
  • getAccount
  • getAccount
  • isLoggedIn
  • logOut
  • addConnection
  • removeConnection

Implement them using the same request structure as shown above in the Sending a simple request section.

The example application Github code repository for this project includes the various implementations.

Social login

Use the socialLogin interface in order to perform social login using supported providers.

The Flutter plugin supports the same providers supported by the Core Gigya SDK.

Supported social login providers:

  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Line
  • WeChat
  • Apple
  • Amazon
  • LinkedIn
  • Yahoo
  • Kakao

Embedded social providers

Android v7 upgrade

Plugin version 1.2.0+ will depend on Android SDK core v7. Please view the changes required to be made to yours application the Android code documentation for updating to external providers usage.

Specific social providers (currently Facebook and Google) require additional setup. This due to the their requirement for specific (embedded) SDKs.

Note: Examples for both Facebook & Google are implemented in the example application in the Github code repository for this project.


Follow the core SDK documentation and instructions for configuring the Facebook login:

iOS: In addition, add the following to your Runner's AppDelegate.swift file:

Gigya.sharedInstance(UserHost.self).registerSocialProvider(of: .facebook, wrapper: FacebookWrapper())

Instead of adding the provider's SDK using gradle/cocoapods, you can add the Flutter_Facebook_login plugin to your pubspec.yaml dependencies.


Follow the core SDK documentation and instructions for setting Google login.

iOS: In addition, add the following to your Runner's AppDelegate.swift file:

Gigya.sharedInstance(UserHost.self).registerSocialProvider(of: .google, wrapper: GoogleWrapper())

Instead of adding the provider's sdk using gradle/cocoapods you can add the Google_sign_in plugin to your pubspec.yaml dependencies.


In order to provider support for LINE provider, please follow the core SDK documentation.


In order to provider support for WeChat provider, please follow the core SDK documentation.

Using screen-sets

The plugin supports the use of Web screen-sets using the following:

GigyaSdk.instance.showScreenSet("Default-RegistrationLogin", (event, map) {
          debugPrint('Screen set event received: $event');
          debugPrint('Screen set event data received: $map');

An optional {parameters} map is available in the GigyaSdk.instance.showScreenSet interface, enabling you to add parameters in the function interface.

As with the core SDKs, the Flutter plugin provides a streaming channel that will stream the Screen-Sets event name and event data map. The payload will contain:

  • event - actual event name.
  • map - event data map.

Biometric support

The plugin provides Android/iOS biometric support for these flows.

An end user logs in.
An end user decides to use biometric authentication.
This requires the end user to verify their fingerprint.
The app is locked or deleted from memory.
The end user needs to unlock the app to restore his session.
In this case, the end user needs to verify his fingerprint.
The end user decides not to use biometric authentication.

The biometric fingerprint feature is a security cipher that is placed on top of an existing session of your app, so invoking biometric operations requires a valid session.

Please make sure you are using native implementations:


  1. The device has a passcode.
  2. The device has TouchID/FaceID.

**FaceID To use FaceID in a compatible device, you must include the following key in your Info.plist file:

NSFaceIDUsageDescription = (String) "Your own message ". If you also want to set a custom text in the Touch ID prompt, you can include the following key:

GigyaTouchIDMessage = (String) "Your custom message" (Default = "Please authenticate to continue").


  1. The device has a fingerprint sensor.
  2. At least 1 fingerprint is already registered on the device.
  3. Appropriate permissions are already requested in the library manifest: android.permission.USE _FINGERPRINT android.permission. USE _BIOMETRIC.

Declaring the prompt display Android’s biometric authentication uses a prompt display. You can customize the text displayed by declaring your own BiometricPromptInfo object.

In your application class (after launching the SDK), you can add the following:

await widget.sdk.biometricService.optIn(
  parameters: <String, String>{
    'title': 'SampleTitle',
    'subtitle': 'SampleSubtitle',
    'description': 'SampleDescription',

If no prompt info is specified, the prompt window uses default English texts:

<string name="bio_prompt_default_title">Biometric verification</string>
<string name="bio_prompt_default_subtitle">Confirm fingerprint to continue</string>
<string name="bio_prompt_default_description">""</string>

Note: The biometric service parameter map is only relevant for Android applications.

Mobile SSO

The Flutter plugin supports the native SDK's "Single Sign On feature".


Note: Implement the necessary steps described for each platform before initiating the SSO request.

To initiate the SSO request flow, run the following snippet.

 GigyaSdk.instance.sso().then((result) {
 // Handle result here.
 setState(() { });
 }).catchError((error) {
// Handle error here.

FIDO/WebAuthn Authentication

FIDO is a passwordless authentication method that allows password-only logins to be replaced with secure and fast login experiences across websites and apps.

Our SDK provides an interface to register a passkey, login, and revoke passkeys created using FIDO/Passkeys, backed by our WebAuthn service.

Please follow the platform implementation guides:

Additional setup for Android: To support FIDO operations in your application, it is required that the MainActivity class of the application extends the FlutterFragmentActivity class and not FlutterActivity class.

Usage example Login with FIDO/WebAuthn passkey:

_loginWithPasskey() async {
    try {
      GigyaSdk.instance.webAuthn.webAuthnLogin().then((result) {
        setState(() {});
    } catch (error) {
      if (error is GigyaResponse) {
        showAlert("FidoError", error.errorDetails);

Register a new FIDO/WebAuthn passkey:

_registerPasskey() async {
    try {
      var result = await GigyaSdk.instance.webAuthn.webAuthnRegister();
      showAlert("FIDO success", "passkey registered");
    } catch (error) {
      if (error is GigyaResponse) {
        showAlert("FIDO error", error.errorDetails);


Revoke an existing FIDO/WebAuthn passkey:

 _revokePasskey() async {
    try {
      var result = await GigyaSdk.instance.webAuthn.webAuthnRevoke();
      showAlert("FIDO success", "passkey revoked");
    } catch (error) {
      if (error is GigyaResponse) {
        showAlert("FIDO", error.errorDetails);

Login using phone number (OTP)

Users can now authenticate using a valid phone number.

Note: An SMS provider configuration setup is required for the partner.

Usage example

  1. Begin the phone authentication flow by providing the phone number:
GigyaSdk.instance.otp.login(phone).then((resolver) {
      // Code is sent. A resolver object is available for code verification
    }).catchError((error) {
      // Handle error here.
  1. Verify the SMS code using the "resolver" object obtained in the previous step.
resolver.verify(code).then((res) {
    // Parse account information.
    final Account account = Account.fromJson(res);
    }).catchError((error) {
    // Handle error here.

Please read about Additional information & limitations on OTP with the Flutter plugin.

Resolving interruptions

Much like the our core SDKs, resolving interruptions is available using the Flutter plugin.

We currently support the following interruptions:

  • pendingRegistration using the PendingRegistrationResolver class.
  • pendingVerification using the PendingVerificationResolver class.
  • conflictingAccounts using the LinkAccountResolver class.

For example, to resolve conflictingAccounts interruptions, use the following code:

GigyaSdk.instance.login(loginId, password).then((result) {
      final response = Account.fromJson(result);
      // Successfully logged in
    }).catchError((error) {
      // Interruption may have occurred.
      if (error.getInterruption() == Interruption.conflictingAccounts) {
        // Reference the correct resolver
        LinkAccountResolver resolver = GigyaSdk.instance.resolverFactory.getResolver(error);
      } else {
        setState(() {
          _inProgress = false;
          _requestResult = 'Register error\n\n${error.errorDetails}';

Once you reference your resolver object obtained in your interruption code, create your application UI to determine if a site or social linking is required (for details see the example application in this Github project repository) and use the required "resolve" method.

Example of resolving link to site when trying to link a new social account to a site account:

final String password = _linkPasswordController.text.trim();
resolver.linkToSite(loginId, password).then((res) {
     final Account account = Account.fromJson(res);
     // Account successfully linked.

Known Issues


How to obtain support


Via pull request to this repository. Please read CONTRIBUTING file for guidelines.

To-Do (upcoming changes)



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