In this article Jahswill Essien describes how to use Google Sheets with Flutter via Google Apps Script.
This article assumes the following:
- You have experience using the basics of Flutter and can call APIs and read an existing codebase
- You have little to no understanding of Google Apps Script
- You have some experience using Google Sheets or spreadsheets in general
I’m sure many of you reading this post will already be familiar with Google Apps Script and have little/no experience deploying Flutter apps but I also know a lot of Google Apps Script developers are keen to try new stuff.
If deploying mobile apps is a thing that interests you I’d highly recommend also looking at Google no/low code development platform, AppSheet, which enables you to quickly create/deploy apps often using Google Sheets as a backend. If, however, you need custom graphics or pixel perfect UI, solutions like Flutter would be my personal starting point. Enjoy!
Source: How to use Flutter with Google Sheets, Apps Script, and Codemagic | Codemagic Blog
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