Canonical Way To Disable Analytics In Flutter Debug Build
I have a flutter app using
google analytics. My data about
active users is wrong as I am testing a lot in emulators and google analytics thinks that the installs there are real users. As I often reinstall the app for testing it somehow seems to count it as a new user every time.
As a solution, I'd like to disable google analytics when building the app in debug mode and only activate it when I build it with
Does anyone know how do achieve this with a flutter app?
I assume you're using Firebase Analytics in Flutter (I don't think there's GA for Flutter). You can use
kReleaseMode flag when setting
MaterialApp and creating
FirebaseAnalyticsObserver instance. Here's how I do it in my app (notice that I also use preferences which allow user to turn on/off analytics, as well as desktop platforms where there's no Firebase support which is why I specifically check for Web, iOS and Android platforms):
MaterialApp( ... navigatorObservers: preferences.isAnalyticsEnabled && kReleaseMode && (kIsWeb || Platform.isAndroid || Platform.isIOS) ? [ FirebaseAnalyticsObserver(analytics: FirebaseAnalytics()), ] : , ...
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