pub package

A flutter plugin using the implementation of the IDntify service.


First, add idntify_widget and camera as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

  sdk: '>=2.12.0 <3.0.0'
  flutter: '>=2.0'
  extended_image: ^1.0.0

Due to the use of some package dependencies you'll need to change some configuration on your Flutter app.

If you want to know more about these packages you can read the documentation of the camera and image_picker packages.

If you just want to use the API then don't add the camera package and you're just ready to use it.


In order to use this package iOS 10.0 or higher is needed.

For the camera package add two rows to the ios/Runner/Info.plist:

  • one with the key Privacy - Camera Usage Description and a usage description.
  • and one with the key Privacy - Microphone Usage Description and a usage description.

Or in text format add the key:

<string>Can I use the camera please?</string>
<string>Can I use the mic please?</string>

For the image_picker package you must add the following keys to your Info.plist file, located in <project root>/ios/Runner/Info.plist:

  • NSPhotoLibraryUsageDescription - describe why your app needs permission for the photo library. This is called Privacy - Photo Library Usage Description in the visual editor.
  • NSCameraUsageDescription - describe why your app needs access to the camera. This is called Privacy - Camera Usage Description in the visual editor.
  • NSMicrophoneUsageDescription - describe why your app needs access to the microphone, if you intend to record videos. This is called Privacy - Microphone Usage Description in the visual editor.


In order to use this package Android sdk version 21 or higher is needed.

For the camera package change the minimum Android sdk version to 21 (or higher) in your android/app/build.gradle file.

minSdkVersion 21

For the image_picker package the configuration depends on the sdk version.

API < 29

No configuration required - the plugin should work out of the box.

API 29+

Add android:requestLegacyExternalStorage="true" as an attribute to the <application> tag in AndroidManifest.xml. The attribute is false by default on apps targeting Android Q.


Before starting to write code you must have already set your application 'origin' and generated your API key.

If everything is ready then it depends on what kind of integration would you like to use.


The widget goes through all the steps of the process doing all the though work for you. Keep in mind that each time the widget is recreated a new transaction process will be created.

It's recommended to make the widget to expand as the same size of its parent widget if that's the case. Just use an Expanded() or a Flexible();

Now it's time to write code!

You must need to get a list of the available cameras on the device. Don't worry, is a single line.

Then you just call the Idntify widget with three required parameters: an API key, an 'origin' and a reference of the available cameras. You can also include the stage and the callback functions of certain events.

Here is a simple example.

import 'package:camera/camera.dart';
import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
import 'package:idntify_widget/idntify_widget.dart';

List<CameraDescription> cameras;

void main() async {

  cameras = await availableCameras();


class MyApp extends StatelessWidget {
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return MaterialApp(
        title: 'Example',
        theme: ThemeData(
        home: Scaffold(
        appBar: AppBar(
            title: Text('Simple Example'),
        body: Idntify(
          '<<YOUR API_KEY>>',
          '<<YOUR ORIGIN>>',
          stage:, //
          onTransactionFinished: () => print('finished'),
          onStepChange: (step) => print('step: ${step}')


This works really simple. Just create an instance of the IdntifyApiService class sending an API key, an 'origin' and the stage.

At this point you just call the functions whenever you want. Keep in mind that the correct process is to create a transaction first, then add two documents, at the add the selfie and it'll retrieve if the transaction was completed.

Here is a simple example.

import 'package:idntify_widget/idntify_widget.dart';
import 'dart:typed_data';

IdntifyApiService api = IdntifyApiService('<<API_KEY>>', <<ORIGIN>>,;

// If it is correct then the other functions will work.
await api.createTransaction();

Uint8List frontalID = your_file_in_bytes.
Uint8List reverseID = your_file_in_bytes.

await api.addDocument(frontalID, DocumentType.frontal);
await api.addDocument(frontalID, DocumentType.reverse);

Uint8List selfiePicture = your_file_in_bytes;
// A 1-2 seconds video.
Uint8list selfieVideo = your_file_in_bytes;

// If you want to access to the properties of the response object
final IdntifyResponse response = await api.addSelfie(selfiePicture, selfieVideo);



  • Write docs
  • x Improve error handling
  • x Improve IdntifyApiService
  • x Refactor or rewrite getCamera()
  • x Refactor to a clean build() in Idntify widget. Optional: use routes.
  • x Add responsive support.
  • Test exhaustively on iOS.