inKino is a multiplatform Dart app for browsing movies and showtimes for Finnkino cinemas.
InKino showcases Redux, has an extensive set of automated tests and 40% code sharing between Flutter and web. The Android & iOS apps are made with a single Flutter codebase. The progressive web app is made with AngularDart. This project is generally something that I believe is a good example of a multiplatform Dart project.
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There's three different folders. Each of them is a Dart project.
To work on these projects, open each one of them in an editor of your choice.
For example, if you want to do a new feature and you do it for the Flutter project first, you'd open both core and mobile in separate editor windows.
To clarify, you'd do
File -> Open... for core and then
File -> Open... again for mobile.
pub global activate webdev. This requires that you ran your Dart installation properly and Dart is part of your PATH.
Finally, if you haven't already, install Flutter. And the Flutter plugin for your IDE. At the time of being, inKino is built with Flutter 1.0.
If you don't like IDEs, you can apparently use Emacs or Vim too.
You don't need a TMDB API key, but the actor images won't load without it.
If you try to build the project straight away, you'll get an error complaining that a tmdb_config.dart file is missing. To resolve that, run this on your terminal in the project root:
cd core/lib/src && mv tmdb_config.dart.sample tmdb_config.dart && cd ../../..
If you don't trust in random bash scripts copied from the Internet, you can just rename the
First, ensure that you followed the "Development environment setup" section above.
pub getinitially, and then
webdev servein the root of the web project.
flutter runon your terminal.
Contributions are welcome! However, if it's going to be a major change, please create an issue first. Before starting to work on something, please comment on a specific issue and say you'd like to work on it.
Special thanks to Olli Haataja for the design.