ltd.starthub.mulyto yours e.g.,
com.yourapp.androideverywhere. To do so, please follow below steps:
app > javauntil you see
Refactor > Renameoption and enter the replacement for
comin our example case. Repeat this process to rename
build.gradlefrom Muly.app module and replace
ltd.starthub.mulywith your package name e.g.,
google-services.jsonfile you downloaded above from from Firebase and paste it inside
app/src/main/res/values/config.xmlfile and update important values as mentioned below.
facebook_app_id= This must be set to app ID of your Facebook app configured earlier in this guide.
facebook_protocol_scheme= This should be the value of
facebook_app_idset above with
google_client_id= This is the (type
3) client ID extracted from
google-services.jsonfile downloaded earlier.
server_api_key= Set this to the API key shown by server at install time. If you missed to note it down, you can also find this anytime in the .env file on server as value of
server_url= This must be URL to your installation and
sharing_links_domain= This is the domain (URL prefix) you may have created in Firebase earlier in guide e.g.,
support_*= You can set these values to show links in Support section of Settings page. If you would like to hide any of those, just set them to empty values.
location_api_key= Set this to Android key we generated in Google Cloud Console for our Maps project.
adcolony_app_id= If you want to show ads from AdColony in your app, please set this value corresponding to the app you created in AdColony client area.
admob_app_id= If you want to show ads from AdMob in your app, please set the value to corresponding to the app in your AdMob account.
Build > Generate Signed Bundle / APKoption in Android Studio. Upon asked, please choose the keystore you created at the beginning of the guide and select