Imagine if you could make Flutter development faster, and see an instant boost in your workflow.
or even better:
What if there were the 7 best Flutter Auth plugins to choose from.
…and each of them could make your development faster and easier?
You’d probably be pumped to read about them.
Lucky for you, that’s exactly what I’m going to share with you in this post:
7 best Flutter Auth plugins:
Flutter is an application development framework from Google for creating cross-platform mobile applications (in iOS and Android).
Features Like Hot Reload, a vast widget catalog, very good performance, and a solid community contribute to meeting that objective and makes Flutter a pretty good framework.
This Flutter plugin provides a means to perform local, on-device authentication of the user.
This means referring to biometric authentication on iOS (Touch ID or lock code) and the fingerprint APIs on Android (introduced in Android 6.0).
Currently, the following biometric types are implemented:
This plugin provides the ability to login with FaceID, TouchID, and Fingerprint Reader on Android.
Flutter Login comes with a demo app which can be very handy for faster Flutter app development, it includes features like:
This plugin is still under development, and some APIs might not be available yet.Visit site
A Flutter plugin for using the native Facebook Login SDKs on Android and iOS.
To get things up and running, you’ll have to declare a pubspec dependency in your Flutter project.
Also, some minimal Android & iOS specific configuration must be done, otherwise your app will crash.Visit site
A Flutter OAuth package for performing user authentication for your apps.
Performing authorization for an API is straight forward using this library.
It works with Api like Buffer, Strava, Unsplash, and GitHub, you can also use your own API using this plugin.Visit site
Most apps need to make API calls. Every API needs authentication, yet no developer wants to deal with authentication.
Simple Auth embeds authentication into the API so you don’t need to deal with it.
Currently, it supports the following built-in providers:
A Flutter bridge for AppAuth used for authenticating and authorizing users.
AppAuth also supports the PKCE extension that is required some providers so this plugin should work with them.
This plugin requires apps to be using AndroidX.Visit site
Flutter Auth plugins allow us to build apps quickly and save precious time to build a product.
Flutter allows developers to publish and contribute towards flutters package development. The list of Flutter Auth plugins has been ranked using package health, overall score, and ease of maintenance.
I made my list based on popularity and ease of maintenance, based on my opinion.