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Aug 30 2022 · Dart 2.16, Flutter 3.0, Visual Studio Code 1.69

Part 3: Read & Write Data with the Cloud Firestore

12. Create the Activities Screen

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Now you will create the screen that contains the list of activities that users will see when they open the app.

  late Future<List<Activity>> activities; 
  late FirebaseHelper helper = FirebaseHelper(); 
body: FutureBuilder( 
        future: activities, 
        builder: (context, snapshot) { 
          final List<Activity> activityList = 
              snapshot.hasData ? as List<Activity> 
               : []; 
return ListView.builder( 
  itemCount: activityList.length, 
  itemBuilder: (context, position) { 
    return ListTile( 
      title: Text(activity.description), 
      subtitle: Text( 
          'Date: ${} - From ${activity.beginTime}' + 
              ' to  ${activity.endTime}'),