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Getting Started

This is a developers' guide for setting up a LiveLike SDK configuration for flutter apps. We will take you through the basic technical steps for configuration and show you how to send your first chat messages.
The LiveLike Flutter SDK basically depends on the native SDK of LiveLike, we used Embedded PlatformView and UiKitView to View our features widgets and chats in the flutter. For communication between the flutter and native platforms, we use the event channel supported by flutter SDK itself.


LiveLike Flutter SDK

The SDK currently supports only the Android(LiveLike SDK 2.23.2) and IOS(LiveLike SDK 2.29.1) platform.


Add below lines to your pubspec.yaml under dependencies.


Flutter LiveLike SDK

livelike_flutter_sdk: ^0.2.0

Check Pub Dev Link for more details:


For this step, you will need your Client ID to initialize the Engagement SDK. To get your ClientID, follow the instructions in Retrieving your Client ID.

Use ClientId to create the EngagementSDK instance.

final sdk = EngagementSDK("<client-id>");

Access Token

The LiveLike SDK generates a User whenever initialized. You can either choose to store it locally or persist it within your internal user database (although we have already managed it internally in the SDK). The access Token is stored locally which can be updated if the user uninstalls the application or clears data from application settings. This may result in higher MAUs([Monthly Active Users], so it is highly recommended to pass the accessToken delegate as a param on SDK init and store the accessToken for persistent users count.

To Use the EngagementSDK instance with the accessToken.

            // Receive the latest access Token

In Order to get the accessToken for the first when a new user is created.

Note: AccessTokenStream can only be used with EngagementSDK.accessToken constructor else it will give the issue related "No Implementation Found"



AccessTokenStream is removed from 0.0.2, added a delegate method in the EngagementSDK.accessToken constructor

Chat Session

A Chat Session represents a connection to a Chat Room. You can read and interact with a Chat Room via a Chat Session.

Create Chat Session

Connecting to a chat room creates a ChatSession object which represents the connection. While this object exists the ChatSession will remain connected.

final session =await sdk.createChatSession(<chat-room-id>)

Pause/Resume Chat Session

To make the services related to chat of LiveLike pause and resume.


Close Chat Session
To close the chat services in LiveLike SDK and clear all variables.


Content Session

A Content Session represents a connection to a Widget Interaction System. You can receive and vote on the widget.

Create Content Session

Connecting to a widget interaction system creates a ContentSession object which represents the connection. While this object exists the ContentSession will remain connected.

final session = await sdk.createSession(<program-id>);

Pause/Resume Content Session

To make the services related to widgets of LiveLike pause and resume.


Close Content Session
To close the widget services in LiveLike SDK and clear all variables.


To fetch List of Posted Widgets for a given Program

final list = await session?.getPublishedWidgets(LiveLikePagination.first);

the LiveLikePagination enum is used for lazy loading, right now by default widgets loaded a limit of 20, in order to start the call the api with LiveLikePagination.first which will return you first page data and call api with which will get next page data and similarly LiveLikePagination.previous will get previous page data, in next once you get the empty array you have reached the last page.


To fetch the list of Programs associated with an Application.

final programList =  await sdk.fetchListOfProgram(pagination)

To fetch the program details based on programId.

final program = await sdk.fetchProgram(programId)

Change Nick Name

To update the nickname of the user-created, the name updated is shown in the ChatView ,Leaderboard etc

await sdk.updateNickName(name);
 name = await sdk.getNickName();

Updated 4 months ago

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