Mobile App on the local machine

Firebase App

  • Create a new Firebase app in your firebase console.
  • Add the respective iOS and Android apps. Use as the package name & bundle identifier for Android & iOS.
  • Download GoogleService-Info.plist & google-services.json. Add GoogleService-Info.plist in MobileApp/ios/ TaskMan & google-services.json in MobileApp/android/app folder.
  • Enable Authentication for Email/Password, Phone & Facebook (optional).

Deploying Functions

Generate new private key in firebase console (goto firebase console => project settings => service accounts

Goto Firebase folder and change project details in .firebaserc and firebase.js.

In case you are not able to figure out all data then you can add another app (Add Firebase to your web app) and copy the details.

In Firebase console go to Develop -> functions and click on Get started and follow the instructions.

  1. In terminal goto Firebase/functions folder
  2. Run npm i
  3. Create an account in Stripe and get the test key.
  4. Setup Stripe account and get api key. You can find the key here
  5. Goto Firebase folder and Run firebase deploy.
  6. run firebase functions:config:set stripe.testkey="YOUR_STRIPE_TEST_KEY"

    Seed Database

  • Go to Firebase console and enable Firestore.
  • Go to Firebase folder and copy the rules from firestore.rule file to the Firebase console in Develop -> Storage -> rules
  • Go to Firebase folder and then navigate to firestore-import-export folder and update serviceAccountKey.json along with database URL in the export.js file.

Enabling Storage

  • Go to firebase/storage.rules and copy the rules to the Firebase console in Develop -> Storage -> rules, remove if request.auth!=null and replace it with if true

    Mobile App

Installation steps

Note: Before starting the mobile app, you need to export the Firestore database. Follow Steps from API

Steps to initiate the app.

  • Go to the MobileApp folder
  • Type npm i
  • Go to ios folder run pod install (For running app on ios)
  • Follow the steps from here to configure Firebase in iOS and click here to do the same for Android
  • Make sure you update the Firebase credentials in MobileApp/src/firebase.js with your app credentials.
  • If you are facing any issues or problems, follow these docs Steps to Create Fb App Id and making it live.
  • To create FB app Id goto
  • Click on MyApps and click Create New App.
  • To create new AppId place your project ID in the display name and enter your contact Email, click on create App ID.
  • Goto settings/Basic/ and add Privacy Policy URL and click on save changes.
  • Click the switch button on the top right corner and choose a category, and click submit to make the app live.
  • In settings/Basic click on addPlatform and select Android. And provide Google Play Package Name, Class Name, Key Hashes.
  • You can find Google Play Package Name, Class Name in your Android Manifest or your app's build.gradle file.
  • And to generate Key Hashes, go to terminal and enter

keytool -exportcert -alias androiddebugkey -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore | openssl sha1 -binary | openssl base64

  • Copy Generated key hash and add it in Key hashes.
  • Make Single Sign On On. After adding this details click on 'SaveChanges'.

  • In settings/Basic click on addPlatform and select IOS.

  • Enter Bundle Id, iPhone store Id, Ipad Store Id and make "Single Sign-On" On and click on SaveChanges.
  • Go to MobileApp/src/utils/userutils.js add your_Google_Api_Key in apiKey variable

  • Open a code editor of your choice.

  • Add Facebook App Id for IOS: Navigate toMobileApp/ios/TaskMan/Info.plistline 28 replacefbAPP_IDwithfbYOUR_APPID& line 35 and replace APP_IDwithYOUR_APP_ID. For Android, navigate toMobileApp/android/app/src/main/res/values/strings.xmlline 4 and replace APP_IDwithYOUR_APP_ID.

  • Add file in android folder and write sdk.dir="sdk path"

  • NOTE: Make sure to run the TaskMan.workspace project

If you are getting issue while pod install delete podfile.lock in mobileApp/ios folder & then retry with doing pod install .

  • If you would like to run the app in Android, you need to connect an Android phone to a system or you can run the app on an Android emulator. Type
    react-native run-android
    Make sure that you have configured the AVD before running the command. If you would like to run app on an iPhone simulator(MacOS), run
    react-native run-ios.

  • Set Simulator Location- Go to Debug-> Location-> Custom Location->Enter Latitude and Longitude of your Current Location

  • If you want to change the tasker radius, Go to MobileApp->src->utils->config.js and change the taskerRadius as per your requirements. By default the taskerRadius is 10 k.m.

  • Go to MobileApp/src/utils/config.js add your_Google_Api_Key in apiKey variable

Note : Incase you are getting error for FBSDK follow the link and make sure that you have downloaded FBSDk for ios in Documents Folder .

Admin Webdashboard

Installation steps

Firebase Backend

In this guide, we aim to guide you in setting up the app under your own firebase account and updating the backend of the app. If you don't have one, you can create a firebase account here.

From there you can go tosettings -> Add Firebase to your web appand copy the given code snippet inWebdashboard/react/src/index.js.

const config = {
    apiKey: "...",
    authDomain: "...",
    databaseURL: "...",
    projectId: "...",
    storageBucket: "",
    messagingSenderId: "..."
  • Go to the Webdashboard/react folder
  • Type npm i
  • Run npm start

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