How to Create a Firebase CRUD App with Firebase in Flutter

How to Create a Firebase CRUD App with Firebase in Flutter

Hello everyone, welcome back at porkaone. On this occasion we will learn how to create CRUD using Firebase and Flutter. Are you curious? Come on, follow the tutorial below.

Firebase is a service from Google that provides online storage or database. Not only online storage, Firebase also has other services such as push notifications, real-time storage, file storage, testing and so on. Firebase can be a solution that can be used if you are lazy or can't create a backend and environment.

On this occasion we will learn how to create a task CRUD application using Firebase. The form is quite simple, namely the title and description of the task. Scroll to the bottom of this article to see the final results.

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How to Create a CRUD App with Firebase in Flutter

1. Create a flutter project and connect to firebase. You can connect to Firebase manually or with the help of the CLI. Watch the YouTube video below to setup Firebase with the help of CLI.

2. Use the latest flutter version. Meanwhile, the version I use is Flutter version 2.10. And sdk: ">=2.16.2 <3.0.0", minSdkVersion 19 and using multiDex. Here are the pubspec.yaml and android/app/build.gradle settings that I have.



3. Create a new file in the lib folder with the name task_model.dart Follow the script below.

class Task { final String id; final String title; final String description; Task({ required, required this.title, required this.description, }); }

4. Create a new file in the lib folder with the name database.dart. Follow the script below.

import 'package:cloud_firestore/cloud_firestore.dart'; import 'task_model.dart'; class DatabaseService { final CollectionReference tasksCollection = FirebaseFirestore.instance.collection('tasks'); //inisialisasi database tasks //metode untuk menambah data Future<void> addTask(String title, String description) async { try { await tasksCollection.add({ 'title': title, 'description': description, }); } catch (e) { print(e.toString()); } } //metode untuk menampilkan gambar Stream<List<Task>> getTasks() { return tasksCollection.snapshots().map( (snapshot) { if ( { return []; } else { return .map( (doc) => Task( id:, title: ( as Map<String, dynamic>)['title'] ?? '', description: ( as Map<String, dynamic>)['description'] ?? '', ), ) .toList(); } }, ); }   //metode untuk mengapus data Future<void> deleteTask(String id) async { try { await tasksCollection.doc(id).delete(); } catch (e) { print(e.toString()); } } }

Explanation of the script above:

  1. final CollectionReference tasksCollection = FirebaseFirestore.instance.collection('tasks'); serves to initialize the tasksCollection variable as a reference to the 'tasks' collection in Firestore. Or it's easier to initialize the database.
  2. tasksCollection.add() is used to add a new document to the Firestore collection referenced by tasksCollection.
  3. tasksCollection.doc(id).delete() is used to delete documents based on the document id in the Firestore collection referenced by tasksCollection.
  4. tasksCollection.snapshots().map() is used to take the most recent snapshot of the Firestore collection referenced by tasksCollection and map each snapshot to the desired data type.
  5. Stream<List<Task>> is a data type that can be used in realtime. Please try entering data directly into Firebase. Then the data in the application is automatically updated

5. Create a new file in the lib folder with the name task_screen.dart Follow the script below.

import 'package:flutter/material.dart'; import 'database.dart'; import 'task_model.dart'; class TaskScreen extends StatelessWidget { final DatabaseService databaseService = DatabaseService(); @override Widget build(BuildContext context) { return Scaffold( appBar: AppBar( title: Text('Task Manager'), ), body: StreamBuilder<List<Task>>( stream: databaseService.getTasks(), builder: (context, snapshot) { if (!snapshot.hasData) { return Center( child: CircularProgressIndicator(), ); } List<Task> tasks =!; return ListView.builder( itemCount: tasks.length, itemBuilder: (context, index) { return ListTile( title: Text(tasks[index].title), subtitle: Text(tasks[index].description), trailing: IconButton( icon: Icon(Icons.delete), onPressed: () { databaseService.deleteTask(tasks[index].id); }, ), ); }, ); }, ), floatingActionButton: FloatingActionButton( child: Icon(Icons.add), onPressed: () { // Display a dialog for adding a new task showDialog( context: context, builder: (context) { String title = ''; String description = ''; return AlertDialog( title: Text('Add Task'), content: Column( mainAxisSize: MainAxisSize.min, children: [ TextField( onChanged: (value) { title = value; }, decoration: InputDecoration( labelText: 'Title', ), ), TextField( onChanged: (value) { description = value; }, decoration: InputDecoration( labelText: 'Description', ), ), ], ), actions: [ TextButton( child: Text('Cancel'), onPressed: () { Navigator.of(context).pop(); }, ), TextButton( child: Text('Add'), onPressed: () { databaseService.addTask(title, description); Navigator.of(context).pop(); }, ), ], ); }, ); }, ), ); } }

6. Open the lib/main.dart file and replace it with the script below

import 'package:firebase_core/firebase_core.dart'; import 'package:flutter/material.dart'; import 'firebase_options.dart'; import 'task_screen.dart'; void main() async { WidgetsFlutterBinding.ensureInitialized(); await Firebase.initializeApp( options: DefaultFirebaseOptions.currentPlatform, ); runApp(MyApp()); } class MyApp extends StatelessWidget { @override Widget build(BuildContext context) { return MaterialApp( title: 'Flutter Firebase CRUD', theme: ThemeData( primarySwatch:, ), home: TaskScreen(), ); } }

We have done all the steps. Now we can test with the emulator. If successful, the display will look like the image below.

Sahretech Flutter Task Screen
Task Screen

Firebase Flutter Sahretech

That's the tutorial on how to create a Firebase CRUD application in Flutter. Hopefully this short tutorial is useful, if you have any questions, please ask directly in the comments column below. That's all and receive a salary.

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