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AWS Cognito plugin for flutter.

Flutter Cognito Plugin #

An AWS Cognito plugin for flutter. Supports both iOS and Android.


pub package

Installation #

First follow the regular flutter plugin installation on Dart Pub.

Make sure you have built the app once for both Android/iOS before continuing.

Since this plugin uses the native AWS sdk, the installation is a little more involved.

Android #

Add an awsconfiguration.json file to android/app/src/main/res/raw/awsconfiguration.json.

This is typically what one looks like -

  "Version": "1.0",
  "CredentialsProvider": {
    "CognitoIdentity": {
      "Default": {
        "PoolId": "REPLACE_ME",
        "Region": "REPLACE_ME"
  "IdentityManager": {
    "Default": {}
  "CognitoUserPool": {
    "Default": {
      "AppClientSecret": "REPLACE_ME",
      "AppClientId": "REPLACE_ME",
      "PoolId": "REPLACE_ME",
      "Region": "REPLACE_ME"

This plugin supports the amplify SDK for android and iOS, and the the amplify cli can be used to generate the awsconfiguration.json file. d Just do $ amplify init from the android & ios folder of your app.

iOS #

Run $ pod init from the ios folder of your app.

Now, open ios/Podfile. Ensure ios version is set to a minimum of 9.0.

platform :ios, '9.0'

To add the awsconfiguration.json file to iOS module, you will unfortunately, need to open up your project XCode.

You can also do the same thing with JetBrains AppCode, if you prefer.

  1. Start Xcode

  2. Click on ‘File > Open’

  3. Select the ios/Runner.xcworkspace file.

Now just drag-drop the awsconfiguration.json file, from android/app/src/main/res/raw/awsconfiguration.json to XCode.

Here is a GIF showing how to do this.

That will create a soft link to the file in the ios module, and hopefully bundle it into the final ios app.

This way you won't need to maintain 2 config files.

Usage #

The plugin comes with a showcase app that will let you try all features; see if you setup the awsconfiguration.json correctly.

Example Screenshot

It's present in the usual example directory

$ git clone https://github.com/pycampers/flutter_cognito_plugin.git
$ cd flutter_cognito_plugin/example
$ flutter run
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