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Atlas Device SDK for Flutter

Use the Atlas Device SDK for Flutter to write client applications in Dart for the Flutter platform. Read and write data on devices, sync data with Atlas, and use Atlas App Services.

Learning Paths
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Quick Start

Minimal-explanation code examples of how to work with the Flutter SDK.

See Code Examples

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Working Example App

Learn by example through dissecting a working app that uses the Flutter SDK.

Explore an Example App

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Guided Tutorial

Follow a guided tutorial to learn how to adapt the example app to create your own working app.

Follow the Tutorial

What You Can Do

Use the SDK's open-source database - Realm - as an object store on the device. Use Device Sync to keep data in sync with your MongoDB Atlas cluster and other clients.

Essential Documentation
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Flutter API Reference

Explore Dart and Flutter reference docs for the SDK on

Flutter API Reference

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Install the SDK

Learn how to add the SDK to your Flutter project.

Add the SDK to Flutter project

In addition to using the SDK with Flutter, you can also use the SDK with projects that just use Dart, like a CLI application or web server.

The usage for the SDK with Dart is the same as the Flutter SDK, except you must install and set up a separate package.

Learn how to set up the SDK in your Dart project.

Explore engineering and expert-provided example projects to learn best practices and common development patterns using the Flutter SDK. Check out the Example Projects page for more Flutter sample apps.

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Offline Login and Database Access

Log in a Device Sync user and open a synced database offline.

Example project

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User's Online State

Detect connectivity and activity of users and devices.

Example project

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Provider Shopper

Build a modified Flutter sample app that uses a non-synced database to store data on the device.

Example project