Jetpack Compose is Android’s modern toolkit for building native UI. It simplifies and accelerates UI development on Android. In this tutorial, we’re going to integrate Google sign in with our app.
This tutorial assumes that you’ve already setup google credentials (https://console.cloud.google.com/apis/credentials) in Google Cloud Platform. We’ll mainly focus on android part of google sign in integration. (Note: You can easily generate SHA1 for your app with
gradlew signingReport command in your IDE, which is required in Google console.)
We’ll start by creating a utility method that will provide
Next, we’ll create Contract for ActivtyResultAPI which will get sign in result from Google prompt.
Now, let’s create a composable for sign in button
which will create sign in button as below
Now, we’ll create
AuthView that contains sign in button and error text to display error occurred during sign in process (if any).
Finally, we’ll create
AuthScreen that will launch google sign in prompt upon clicking on sign in button, and navigate to
HomeScreen if sign in is successful, or show error if it occurs.
That’s it. App is ready to handle Google sign in with compose UI. You can launch and test the Google sign in flow.
Adding some animations
As you’ll notice, when you click on sign in button, circular loading bar appears directly without animation, which looks boring. We can add smooth animations to make it eye catching.
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