You should have been through the setup of the Firebase Core before attempting to proceed with Dynamic Links.
Make sure you have added all the extensions required for the Firebase Core extension as outlined here.
The only required additional ANE is the Dynamic Links ANE located in this repository:
This ANE contains all the required libraries for the main Firebase Dynamic Links functionality.
The following should be added to your
extensions node in your application descriptor to identify all the required ANEs in your application:
ComponentDiscoveryService service you added as part of the core Firebase manfiest additions and add the following meta data tag:
It should now appear like the following at a minimum (it may have other meta-data tags from other components):
As with plain deep links, you must add an intent filter to the activity that handles deep links for your app. The intent filter should catch deep links of your domain, since the Dynamic Link will redirect to your domain if your app is installed. This is required for your app to receive the Dynamic Link data after it is installed from the Play Store. In AndroidManifest.xml:
This intent filter should be added directly after the
<application> tag in your manifest additions.
(Note: This is not the main
<application> tag in your AIR application descriptor but the one inside
your manifest additions!)
When users open a link to the scheme and host you specify, your app will start an activity to handle the link.
For more details on these fields and how to handle other types of App Links you can read the official Android documentation on Handling App Links
Ensure that your app's App Store ID and your Apple Developer Team ID is specified in your app's settings. To view and edit your app's settings, go to your Firebase project's Settings page and select your iOS app.
You can confirm that your Firebase project is properly configured to use Dynamic Links in your iOS app by opening the following URL (replacing
app_code with your app code):
If your app is connected, the apple-app-site-association file contains a reference to your app's App Store ID and bundle ID. For example:
If the details field is empty, double-check that you specified your Team ID.
Ensure your application identifier in the iOS developer member center has enabled "Associated Domains". Enabling Associated Domains allows an app to be associated with a specified domain for specified services such as accessing Safari saved passwords and activity continuation.
To do this, log into the member center and open your App IDs
Select your App ID and select "Edit". You need to enable the "Associated Domains" service as below:
Note: You will need to regenerate and download your provisioning profiles after making this change.
You will firstly need to add any custom url scheme to your info additions, by adding
the following and replacing
APP_SCHEME with your applications custom url scheme:
You need to add the associated domain to your iOS Entitlements section, replacing
APP_CODE below with your Dynamic Links domain.
If you want to receive Dynamic Links with a fully-custom domain you will need to add the
FirebaseDynamicLinksCustomDomains key to your info additions and specify your app's Dynamic Links URL prefixes: