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Himanshu Sharma
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Mar 29, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Understanding deep linking in Flutter with Uni Links

Himanshu Sharma Computer science student pursuing his Bachelor's and working as an SWE Intern. For the past 2 years, has been developing mobile and web apps using Flutter SDK. Open-source enthusiast and co-organizer of Flutter India.

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4 Replies to "Understanding deep linking in Flutter with Uni Links"

  1. I would say also for custom urls and deeplinks the https scheme is required, above all for Android devices, since most apps (e.g. SMS app) do not allow received URIs to be clickable without a scheme of http or https.

  2. Hi, I’m sorry if I’m missing something, I’m fairly new to both flutter and uni-links. Where did you set variable `mounted` and what’s the code inside function `getInitialUri` looks like? can you give me a link to the source code?

    Thanks

  3. How can redirect the user to playstore or App Store if the app is not installed, considering the fact that Firebase Dynamic link service will be discontinued soon.

    Any way around this?

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