Flutter iOS

Add new app into Appfigurate Simulator

Run Appfigurate in the iOS Simulator.

Tap Add app.

Select app type iOS.

Enter the URL scheme quickstart that will be used by Appfigurate to launch your app in order to read or apply configuration. The URL scheme must be 4-64 ascii characters in length and must be unique to your app.

Tap Add app.

Create APLConfiguration subclass

In your app, add a new Swift class, subclassing APLConfiguration, called Configuration.

In your apps Configuration.swift file, paste the .swift implementation file output to the Console in Output source code snippets.

Note: your public key output to the Console in Output source code snippets will be different to the public key in the following example.

import Foundation
import AppfigurateLibrary

@objcMembers class Configuration: APLConfiguration {

    @BoolProperty(description: "Log debug output to console", restart: false)
    var debugLogging: Bool

    @StringPropertyListEdit(regex: #"https://[\w\.-]+\.yourappserver.com/.*"#, description: "Application server url", restart: false, values: ["Dev":"https://dev.yourappserver.com/api", "Prod":"https://www.yourappserver.com/api"])
    var serverURL: String

    override func allowInvalidSignatures() -> Bool {
        return !ENCRYPTED()

    override func publicKey() -> String {
        // 41 36 87 71 0D 05
        return "-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----\n" +
            "MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEA4TZnKfGeXttN7Rr3eiAZ\n" +
            "PMEPsZvbo7lgIpMh6OjgBsoqkJJP0yXXLtpqsBCv8vm7RYqCn5+yfkiCQiXvkJBz\n" +
            "FSKmLF9EPR9l1H+32Id82dDuseD70D66puPUHjciEgmU18DpW2NVvTAykMwTEsiR\n" +
            "0h/ExBEhUe75qtwlVno8cMFbEfVtiGbKECvWIr122ED71T0Jt2Bcxqx1a7c1hPIV\n" +
            "RwLxIfWfE0+2rB9nJVPBgsTVPywibDvjio82FousyMDmvkAbMq5iyuyvJ0+5bATz\n" +
            "o12GEt5lSiQlCMzfmkWYBROMDCh27qGFVVo1XAUCVsMfsW9n4iQcoLAdUp/LI3B3\n" +
            "ywIDAQAB\n" +
            "-----END PUBLIC KEY-----\n";

    override func reset() {
        debugLogging = true
        serverURL = "https://www.yourappserver.com/api"


func APLConfigurationClass() -> AnyClass {
    return Configuration.self

Edit Info.plist

In your apps Info.plist file (right click, Open As ‣ Source Code). Paste the Info.plist snippet output to the Console in Output source code snippets.


If you already have an existing CFBundleURLTypes array in your Info.plist file, then insert just the <dict> ... </dict> portion.

Note: Unlike iOS native integration, the Appfigurate Flutter Plugin automatically calls APLApplicationOpenURL and APLDidFinishLaunchingWithOptionsat the appropriate time.

Test your configuration

To test that you've successfully updated your iOS app to use Appfigurate:

Compile and run Quickstart to the same Simulator instance that Appfigurate Simulator was run from previously.

Press Shift-Cmd-H to get back to the Simulator home screen.

Tap the Appfigurate app icon.

Tap the Quickstart row. The Simulator screen will briefly flicker as it swaps to the Quickstart app, reads its configuration and swaps back to Appfigurate.

Appfigurate will now be displayed and showing the following screen:

  • Since we added a @BoolProperty for debugLogging and @StringPropertyListEdit for serverURL, you can now change these configuration items at runtime. Tap Apply⌄ to apply the configuration to the Quickstart app.

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