# Download android studio

Latest Android Studio version is recommended, it can be downloaded from here: http://developer.android.com/intl/es/sdk/index.html


# Open Project in android studio

Open Android Studio > Open an Existing Android Studio Project > Select Your Project build.gradle file > ok
Select Project

# Android Studio — Install Flutter and Dart plugins

if you want then you can read this article to know more

Open Android Studio > Open an Existing Android Studio Project > Select Your flutter project

# How to Open in xcode?

project => ios folder => runner folder => open info.plist in top right side click open project in xcode
Then Runner open in xcode

If you want you may go through this link open xcode.


# How to change the package name?

This is how you can rename package for both ios and android


# How to change app name?

  Select Project > go to android folder > app folder > src folder > main folder > AndroidManifest.xml then change the android:label

# How to change app icon image?

Select Project > go to assets folder > images folder >  then change the image name as icon.png
... ... ...

# Where to put Server Url in Application?

Select Project > go to lib folder > services folder > api-list.dart > then change the root url with your url
now if your Sever is http://www.abc.com so your service url like that
http://www.abc.com and ApiUrl "abc.com"

Note: When renaming com in Android Studio, it might give a warning. In such case, select rename all.

# Change App all graphics

You will find all image into /res/drawable-mdpi/,/res/drawable-hdpi/,/res/drawable-xhdpi/ folder. Just create your own graphics and replace those files. Create separate graphics of different device screen sizes & place them into other drawable folders (drawable-hdpi & drawable-xhdpi) with same file name found at drawable-mdpi folder. Check here for more information: Devices and Displays & Supporting Multiple Screens


# Application Showcase in PlayStore

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First you need to setup computer environment for flutter app setup and installation and build. to do this follow flutter official website documentation and then follow above instructions.

Android Installation Process

Build and release an Android app

During a typical development cycle, you test an app using flutter run at the command line, or by using the Run and Debug options in your IDE. By default, Flutter builds a debug version of your app.

When you’re ready to prepare a release version of your app, for example to publish to the Google Play Store, this page can help. Before publishing, you might want to put some finishing touches on your app. This page covers the following topics:

Adding a launcher icon

When a new Flutter app is created, it has a default launcher icon. To customize this icon, you might want to check out the flutter_launcher_icons package.

Alternatively, you can do it manually using the following steps:

  1. Review the Material Design product icons guidelines for icon design.

  2. In the <app dir>/android/app/src/main/res/ directory, place your icon files in folders named using configuration qualifiers. The default mipmap- folders demonstrate the correct naming convention.

  3. In AndroidManifest.xml, update the application tag’s android:icon attribute to reference icons from the previous step (for example, <application android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher" ...).

  4. To verify that the icon has been replaced, run your app and inspect the app icon in the Launcher.

Signing the app

To publish on the Play Store, you need to give your app a digital signature. Use the following instructions to sign your app.

Create a keystore

If you have an existing keystore, skip to the next step. If not, create one by running the following at the command line:

On Mac/Linux, use the following command:

keytool -genkey -v -keystore ~/key.jks -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 -alias key

On Windows, use the following command:

keytool -genkey -v -keystore c:/Users/USER_NAME/key.jks -storetype JKS -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 -alias key

This command stores the key.jks file in your home directory. If you want to store it elsewhere, change the argument you pass to the -keystore parameter. However, keep the keystore file private; don’t check it into public source control!

Reference the keystore from the app

Create a file named <app dir>/android/key.properties that contains a reference to your keystore:

storePassword=<password from previous step>
  keyPassword=<password from previous step>
      storeFile=<location of the key store file, such as /Users/<user name>/key.jks>

Configure signing in gradle

Configure signing for your app by editing the <app dir>/android/app/build.gradle file.

  1. Add code before android block:

    android {

    With the keystore information from your properties file:

    def keystoreProperties = new Properties()
     def keystorePropertiesFile = rootProject.file('key.properties')
     if (keystorePropertiesFile.exists()) {
         keystoreProperties.load(new FileInputStream(keystorePropertiesFile))
     android {

    Load the key.properties file into the keystoreProperties object.

  2. Add code before buildTypes block:

    buildTypes {
         release {
             // TODO: Add your own signing config for the release build.
             // Signing with the debug keys for now,
             // so `flutter run --release` works.
             signingConfig signingConfigs.debug

    With the signing configuration info:

    signingConfigs {
         release {
             keyAlias keystoreProperties['keyAlias']
             keyPassword keystoreProperties['keyPassword']
             storeFile keystoreProperties['storeFile'] ? file(keystoreProperties['storeFile']) : null
             storePassword keystoreProperties['storePassword']
     buildTypes {
         release {
             signingConfig signingConfigs.release

    Configure the signingConfigs block in your module’s build.gradle file.

Release builds of your app will now be signed automatically.

For more information on signing your app, see Sign your app on developer.android.com.

Shrinking your code with R8

R8 is the new code shrinker from Google, and it’s enabled by default when you build a release APK or AAB. To disable R8, pass the --no-shrink flag to flutter build apk or flutter build appbundle.

Reviewing the app manifest

Review the default App Manifest file, AndroidManifest.xml, located in <app dir>/android/app/src/main and verify that the values are correct, especially the following:

Edit the android:label in the application tag to reflect the final name of the app.
Add the android.permission.INTERNET permission if your application code needs Internet access. The standard template does not include this tag but allows Internet access during development to enable communication between Flutter tools and a running app.

Reviewing the build configuration

Review the default Gradle build file file, build.gradle, located in <app dir>/android/app and verify the values are correct, especially the following values in the defaultConfig block:

Specify the final, unique (Application Id)appid
versionCode & versionName
Specify the internal app version number, and the version number display string. You can do this by setting the version property in the pubspec.yaml file. Consult the version information guidance in the versions documentation.
minSdkVersion & targetSdkVersion
Specify the minimum API level, and the API level on which the app is designed to run. Consult the API level section in the versions documentation for details.

Building the app for release

You have two possible release formats when publishing to the Play Store.

  • App bundle (preferred)
  • APK

Build an app bundle

This section describes how to build a release app bundle. If you completed the signing steps, the app bundle will be signed. At this point, you might consider obfuscating your Dart code to make it more difficult to reverse engineer. Obfuscating your code involves adding a couple flags to your build command, and maintaining additional files to de-obfuscate stack traces.

From the command line:

  1. Enter cd <app dir>
    (Replace <app dir> with your application’s directory.)
  2. Run flutter build appbundle
    (Running flutter build defaults to a release build.)

The release bundle for your app is created at <app dir>/build/app/outputs/bundle/release/app.aab.

By default, the app bundle contains your Dart code and the Flutter runtime compiled for armeabi-v7a (ARM 32-bit), arm64-v8a (ARM 64-bit), and x86-64 (x86 64-bit).

Test the app bundle

An app bundle can be tested in multiple ways—this section describes two.

Offline using the bundle tool

  1. If you haven’t done so already, download bundletool from the GitHub repository.
  2. Generate a set of APKs from your app bundle.
  3. Deploy the APKs to connected devices.

Online using Google Play

  1. Upload your bundle to Google Play to test it. You can use the internal test track, or the alpha or beta channels to test the bundle before releasing it in production.
  2. Follow these steps to upload your bundle to the Play Store.

Build an APK

Although app bundles are preferred over APKs, there are stores that don’t yet support app bundles. In this case, build a release APK for each target ABI (Application Binary Interface).

If you completed the signing steps, the APK will be signed. At this point, you might consider obfuscating your Dart code to make it more difficult to reverse engineer. Obfuscating your code involves adding a couple flags to your build command.

From the command line:

  1. Enter cd <app dir>
    (Replace <app dir> with your application’s directory.)
  2. Run flutter build apk --split-per-abi
    (The flutter build command defaults to --release.)

This command results in three APK files:

  • <app dir>/build/app/outputs/apk/release/app-armeabi-v7a-release.apk
  • <app dir>/build/app/outputs/apk/release/app-arm64-v8a-release.apk
  • <app dir>/build/app/outputs/apk/release/app-x86_64-release.apk

Removing the --split-per-abi flag results in a fat APK that contains your code compiled for all the target ABIs. Such APKs are larger in size than their split counterparts, causing the user to download native binaries that are not applicable to their device’s architecture.

Install an APK on a device

Follow these steps to install the APK on a connected Android device.

From the command line:

  1. Connect your Android device to your computer with a USB cable.
  2. Enter cd <app dir> where <app dir> is your application directory.
  3. Run flutter install.

Publishing to the Google Play Store

For detailed instructions on publishing your app to the Google Play Store, see the Google Play launch documentation.

Updating the app’s version number

The default version number of the app is 1.0.0. To update it, navigate to the pubspec.yaml file and update the following line:

version: 1.0.0+1

The version number is three numbers separated by dots, such as 1.0.0 in the example above, followed by an optional build number such as 1 in the example above, separated by a +.

Both the version and the build number may be overridden in Flutter’s build by specifying --build-name and --build-number, respectively.

In Android, build-name is used as versionName while build-number used as versionCode. For more information, see Version your app in the Android documentation.

Android release FAQ

Here are some commonly asked questions about deployment for Android apps.

When should I build app bundles versus APKs?

The Google Play Store recommends that you deploy app bundles over APKs because they allow a more efficient delivery of the application to your users. However, if you’re distributing your application by means other than the Play Store, an APK may be your only option.

What is a fat APK?

A fat APK is a single APK that contains binaries for multiple ABIs embedded within it. This has the benefit that the single APK runs on multiple architectures and thus has wider compatibility, but it has the drawback that its file size is much larger, causing users to download and store more bytes when installing your application. When building APKs instead of app bundles, it is strongly recommended to build split APKs, as described in build an APK using the --split-per-abi flag.

What are the supported target architectures?

When building your application in release mode, Flutter apps can be compiled for armeabi-v7a (ARM 32-bit), arm64-v8a (ARM 64-bit), and x86-64 (x86 64-bit). Flutter does not currently support building for x86 Android (See Issue 9253).

How do I sign the app bundle created by flutter build appbundle?

See Signing the app.

How do I build a release from within Android Studio?

In Android Studio, open the existing android/ folder under your app’s folder. Then, select build.gradle (Module: app) in the project panel:

Next, select the build variant. Click Build > Select Build Variant in the main menu. Select any of the variants in the Build Variants panel (debug is the default):

The resulting app bundle or APK files are located in build/app/outputs within your app’s folder.

Build and release an iOS app

This guide provides a step-by-step walk through of releasing a Flutter app to the App Store and TestFlight.


Before beginning the process of releasing your app, ensure that it meets Apple’s App Review Guidelines.

In order to publish your app to the App Store, you must first enroll in the Apple Developer Program. You can read more about the various membership options in Apple’s Choosing a Membership guide.

Register your app on App Store Connect

Manage your app’s life cycle on App Store Connect (formerly iTunes Connect). You define your app name and description, add screenshots, set pricing, and manage releases to the App Store and TestFlight.

Registering your app involves two steps: registering a unique Bundle ID, and creating an application record on App Store Connect.

For a detailed overview of App Store Connect, see the App Store Connect guide.

Register a Bundle ID

Every iOS application is associated with a Bundle ID, a unique identifier registered with Apple. To register a Bundle ID for your app, follow these steps:

  1. Open the App IDs page of your developer account.
  2. Click + to create a new Bundle ID.
  3. Enter an app name, select Explicit App ID, and enter an ID.
  4. Select the services your app uses, then click Continue.
  5. On the next page, confirm the details and click Register to register your Bundle ID.

Create an application record on App Store Connect

Register your app on App Store Connect:

  1. Open App Store Connect in your browser.
  2. On the App Store Connect landing page, click My Apps.
  3. Click + in the top-left corner of the My Apps page, then select New App.
  4. Fill in your app details in the form that appears. In the Platforms section, ensure that iOS is checked. Since Flutter does not currently support tvOS, leave that checkbox unchecked. Click Create.
  5. Navigate to the application details for your app and select App Information from the sidebar.
  6. In the General Information section, select the Bundle ID you registered in the preceding step.

For a detailed overview, see Add an app to your account.

Review Xcode project settings

This step covers reviewing the most important settings in the Xcode workspace. For detailed procedures and descriptions, see Prepare for app distribution.

Navigate to your target’s settings in Xcode:

  1. In Xcode, open Runner.xcworkspace in your app’s ios folder.
  2. To view your app’s settings, select the Runner project in the Xcode project navigator. Then, in the main view sidebar, select the Runner target.
  3. Select the General tab.

Verify the most important settings.

In the Identity section:

Display Name

Changing the display name to anything other than Runner causes the app not to run with the Flutter tools. For more information, see Issue 41793.

Bundle Identifier
The App ID you registered on App Store Connect.

In the Signing section:

Automatically manage signing
Whether Xcode should automatically manage app signing and provisioning. This is set true by default, which should be sufficient for most apps. For more complex scenarios, see the Code Signing Guide.
Select the team associated with your registered Apple Developer account. If required, select Add Account…, then update this setting.

In the Deployment Info section:

Deployment Target:
The minimum iOS version that your app supports. Flutter supports iOS 8.0 and later. If your app includes Objective-C or Swift code that makes use of APIs that were unavailable in iOS 8, update this setting appropriately.

The General tab of your project settings should resemble the following:

Xcode Project Settings

For a detailed overview of app signing, see Create, export, and delete signing certificates.

Updating the app’s name

In the main view sidebar, select the Info.plist file. Rename the Bundle name field.

Updating the app’s version number

The default version number of the app is 1.0.0. To update it, navigate to the pubspec.yaml file and update the following line:

version: 1.0.0+1

The version number is three numbers separated by dots, such as 1.0.0 in the example above, followed by an optional build number such as 1 in the example above, separated by a +.

Both the version and the build number may be overridden in Flutter’s build by specifying --build-name and --build-number, respectively.

In iOS, build-name uses CFBundleShortVersionString while build-number uses CFBundleVersion. Read more about iOS versioning at Core Foundation Keys on the Apple Developer’s site.

Add an app icon

When a new Flutter app is created, a placeholder icon set is created. This step covers replacing these placeholder icons with your app’s icons:

  1. Review the iOS App Icon guidelines.
  2. In the Xcode project navigator, select Assets.xcassets in the Runner folder. Update the placeholder icons with your own app icons.
  3. Verify the icon has been replaced by running your app using flutter run.

Create a build archive

This step covers creating a build archive and uploading your build to App Store Connect.

During development, you’ve been building, debugging, and testing with debug builds. When you’re ready to ship your app to users on the App Store or TestFlight, you need to prepare a release build. At this point, you might consider obfuscating your Dart code to make it more difficult to reverse engineer. Obfuscating your code involves adding a couple flags to your build command.

On the command line, follow these steps in your application directory:

  1. Run flutter build ios to create a release build (flutter build defaults to --release).
  2. To ensure that Xcode refreshes the release mode configuration, close and re-open your Xcode workspace. For Xcode 8.3 and later, this step is not required.

In Xcode, configure the app version and build:

  1. In Xcode, open Runner.xcworkspace in your app’s ios folder.
  2. Select Product > Scheme > Runner.
  3. Select Product > Destination > Generic iOS Device.
  4. Select Runner in the Xcode project navigator, then select the Runner target in the settings view sidebar.
  5. In the Identity section, update the Version to the user-facing version number you wish to publish.
  6. In the Identity section, update the Build identifier to a unique build number used to track this build on App Store Connect. Each upload requires a unique build number.

Finally, create a build archive and upload it to App Store Connect:

  1. Select Product > Archive to produce a build archive.
  2. In the sidebar of the Xcode Organizer window, select your iOS app, then select the build archive you just produced.
  3. Click the Validate App button. If any issues are reported, address them and produce another build. You can reuse the same build ID until you upload an archive.
  4. After the archive has been successfully validated, click Distribute App. You can follow the status of your build in the Activities tab of your app’s details page on App Store Connect.

You should receive an email within 30 minutes notifying you that your build has been validated and is available to release to testers on TestFlight. At this point you can choose whether to release on TestFlight, or go ahead and release your app to the App Store.

For more details, see Upload an app to App Store Connect.

Release your app on TestFlight

TestFlight allows developers to push their apps to internal and external testers. This optional step covers releasing your build on TestFlight.

  1. Navigate to the TestFlight tab of your app’s application details page on App Store Connect.
  2. Select Internal Testing in the sidebar.
  3. Select the build to publish to testers, then click Save.
  4. Add the email addresses of any internal testers. You can add additional internal users in the Users and Roles page of App Store Connect, available from the dropdown menu at the top of the page.

For more details, see Distribute an app using TestFlight.

Release your app to the App Store

When you’re ready to release your app to the world, follow these steps to submit your app for review and release to the App Store:

  1. Select Pricing and Availability from the sidebar of your app’s application details page on App Store Connect and complete the required information.
  2. Select the status from the sidebar. If this is the first release of this app, its status is 1.0 Prepare for Submission. Complete all required fields.
  3. Click Submit for Review.

Apple notifies you when their app review process is complete. Your app is released according to the instructions you specified in the Version Release section.

For more details, see Distribute an app through the App Store.


The Distribute your app guide provides a detailed overview of the process of releasing an app to the App Store.

Social Login Setup

To use Facebook login follow the procedure which are mentioned below

  • Flutter Facebook Login with null safety

  • To implement this in flutter you need to follow certain steps with in the app in order to make sure that things are correctly setup
  • Add this package into your pubspec.yaml this is the link you can checkout the documentation here.

flutter_facebook_auth: ^3.5.0+1

flutter_facebook_auth | Flutter Package

  • Import the library inside the widget where you want to implement facebook login.

import 'package:flutter_facebook_auth/flutter_facebook_auth.dart';

  • Before we can just start logging in, there are a few steps that are required for logging in Facebook.
  1. First of all we need to create the app in facebook developer account. If you have a Facebook account then it will take 2 minutes to set up things. This is how it looks but if you don’t have created any app then you’ll need to create the app.
  2. Now click on this create app and select the option which suits you best. This is what it looks like. I have selected a business purpose.
  3. After when you selected the option click on continue to move next then add the mail and choose the app purpose and create the app.
  4. Once your app is created this is how your dashboard will look like.

Android Setup for facebook:
  1. Select android from the options given below as shown in picture.
  2. Now select the android and fill all the requirements and this is how it will look like. You need to fill option 3 and 4 leave the rest we will do it later.
  3. Add your package name here just like I did and click save and continue.
  4. Now in point 4 you need to generate the hash key. There are two types of hash key. Debug mode hash key and release mode hash key. The method that is suggested in facebook documentation is not going to work so please follow me the way i am doing it.

    Please run your project on the device one it’s running in, then go to the build folder via your project terminal and use this command just like shown in the screenshoot. Now copy the SHA-1.

    keytool -printcert -jarfile app-debug.apk

  5. Now open this website and paste the SHA-1 Key here and remove the collon and then select HEX to convert SHA-1 key to has key. Now finally hash key has been generated, copy the hash key and paste it setting then save and then press contine.

    Base64 Encode

    Base64 online encode functionemn178.github.io

  6. In point 5 please enable the sign in.
  7. Now go to the setting that appears at the left side and select the basic setting and this is how it will look like. In your basic setting add the app icon and privacy policy url as just shown below in the image.
  8. Now inside your project go /android/app/src/main/res/values/string.xml and create this file and add your app key and secret key that are shown above in the screenshot. This is how it looks like.
  9. Now go to your app level build.gradle file and add the facebook sdk dependency.
  10. Now go to your manifest file, add internet permission and the following meta data which supports the latest sdk. If you don’t follow the way I am doing it then you will facebook error like this plugin didn’t exist.

Flutter Google Authentication Tutorial

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to implement google login with your flutter application. To do that, we need to use the google_sign_in package. If you’re new to flutter, please visit the flutter tutorial

Flutter Google Login Steps

  • Create a Firebase App
  • Configuring Android App Credentials
  • Enable Google SignIn on Firebase
  • Integrate google_sign_in packages with our app
  • Implementing login & logout functionalities
  • Retrieve user’s profile information such as name, email, and profile picture.

Working with Firebase side

  • Log in to your firebase (http://console.firebase.google.com) account & create a new project or choose an existing project
  • Navigate to Authentication -> Sign In Method -> Enable Google Authentication
  • Navigate to Project Settings -> Add Android App
  • Fill in your App name, package ID, SHA-1 Key & click Add App (Please Refer video)
  • Download google-services.json file
  • Choose Your Support Email Address

Code Explanation:

  1. We have imported google_sign_in package in order to implement google authentication with your flutter app
  2. We have created _googleSignIn variable based on GoogleSignIn Instance
  3. We’re getting the scope of email, but you can get any scope
  4. (Optional) Please refer:
    http://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/googlescopes for additional scopes. If you’re adding any additional scopes apart from email, make sure you’ve to enable required google API
  5. Then we created login & logout functionalities using _googleSignIn.signIn() & _googleSignIn.signOut()
  6. If the user is loggedin we’re fetching profile picture & display name using _googleSignIn.currentUser

Firebase Push Notification Setup

To use firebase follow the procedure which are mentioned below
  1. Go to this URL to create project https://console.firebase.google.com/u/0/ If you already have a project then continue with that.


  1.       Now go to project settings to get server key

  1.       To get server key click on Cloud Messaging option

  1.       Turn on the switch and put the server key in your .env file

  1.       You will need to generate your own google-services.json. Do not use ours – it will not work for you

How to configure google map?

To use firebase follow the procedure which are mentioned below
  1. Go to https://console.developers.google.com/ and generate api keys separately for ios and android. No restrictions are needed.


  1. In main AndroidManifest.xml put the map api key

  1. Enable android and ios api. These are free.

  1. In the customer app we are searching location via text .And while setting pin to location taking information from the location. For these we would need these apis enabled. Unfortunately these api are not free, you will need to add card.If you do not want to spend money you cannot use google map in the customer app

App Workflow

We have 3 built in mobile app with the script:

  1. Customer
  2. Restaurant Owner
  3. Delivery Boy
Customer App Workflow
  1. Login/Register
    1. Social Login with Facebook/google
    2. Login, Register & Forget Password Feature
    3. Mobile Login with OTP
  2. Search Restaurant By Location
    1. Autofill Current location using google API
    2. Manual Save feature of the location
  3. Restaurant Directory
    1. Show Promotional Sliders
    2. Shows Restaurants near customer area
    3. Delivery & Pickup
  4. Menu Item Listing
    1. Advance search for menu items
    2. Category wise search
  5. Food Cart
    1. Add Remove Items From Cart
    2. Invoice Details
  6. Checkout Page
    1. Multiple Payment Gateway
    2. COD Payment Option
    3. Pay Using Wallet Credit Balance
  7. Live Order Tracking
  8. Notification & Alert
  9. Accounts & Profile
Restaurant Owner’s Mobile App Features:
  1. Login/Register
    1. Social Login with Facebook/google
    2. Login, Register & Forget Password Feature
    3. Mobile Login with OTP
  2. New Order Notifications
  3. Recent Order History
  4. New Order List
  5. Accept or Cancel Order
  6. Update Order Status - Processing/Ready
  7. Check Account Details & Profile
Delivery Boy Mobile App Features:
  1. Login/Register
    1. Social Login with Facebook/google
    2. Login, Register & Forget Password Feature
    3. Mobile Login with OTP
  2. New Order Notifications
  3. Recent Order History
  4. New Order List
  5. Accept or Cancel Order
  6. Update Order Status - Processing/Ready
  7. Check Account Details & Profile

App Workflow

We have 1 addon with the script:

Waiter App Table Order Booking Addon

  • App Specialities

    • Smartest User Interface (UI)
    • Table Order Taking
    • Waiter Order History
  1. Login
    1. Login and Forget Password
    2. Mobile Login with OTP
  2. Take Order
    1. Take order by menu item number
    2. Search item from menu order
  3. Order Details & Receipt
    1. Confirmation message after order placement
    2. Print order receipt
  4. Order History
    1. Waiter can see their previous order history
  5. Profile
    1. Waiter's can view and edit their profile info


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Version 2.0 (10 November, 2022)

App updated to Flutter latest version
Coupon feature add
Delivery and pickup options add
Delivery charge per kilometer option add
Minor Bug Fixing

Version 1.8 (3 July, 2022)

Multi Address included in
Delivery Boy Request Withdraw added

Version 1.3 (29 Jan, 2022)

- [Feature Added] Vendor Bank Account Add Feature
- [Feature Update] Add-on Manager Feature Updated
- [Feature Update] Order feature Update
- [Feature Update] Withdraw feature Update

Version 1.2 (21 Jan, 2022)

Addon manager feature added

Version 1.1 (20 Jan, 2022)

Restaurant import feature added

Version 1.0 (9 Jan, 2022)

Initial Release