Share Text to Facebook in Flutter


Share Text to Facebook in Flutter – Share Plus Flutter package makes it simple to send data from your app to other apps installed on the user’s device. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, among others, can all benefit from the streamlined distribution of your written and visual content.

share_plus package is an upgrade from the original share package, which only allowed for the transfer of text.Share Plus lets you choose where the share dialogue appears and which information to share.

Because of the package’s intuitive interface and straightforward application programming interface (API), material can be distributed with minimal coding effort. This not only makes it easy for users to share information from your app, but it also delivers a uniform user experience across multiple platforms.

Share Text to Facebook in Flutter

If you want to add sharing features to your app and make it simpler for users to share material with their friends and family, share plus is an excellent package for you to employ.

To share text post to Facebook directly in Flutter using the share_plus package, you can follow these steps:

  1. Add the share_plus package to your pubspec.yaml file:
  1. Import the share_plus package in your Dart code:
  1. Call the share function with the text content you want to share and set the sharePositionOrigin parameter to to open the share dialog at the center of the screen:
Share.share('Check out this awesome text post!', sharePositionOrigin:;
  1. To specifically share the post on Facebook, you can set the sharePositionOrigin parameter to a Rect object with the coordinates of the Facebook icon on your screen. For example:
final RenderBox box = context.findRenderObject() as RenderBox;
await Share.share('Check out this awesome text post!', sharePositionOrigin: box.localToGlobal( & box.size);

This opens the share dialog close to the Facebook symbol on your screen, making it simple for you to select Facebook as the platform for the sharing you want to do.

Note: Share plus lets you exchange photos, files, and URLs. For more, see the package documentation.

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