Understood Konrad, appreciate that. And thanks for the response.
I’m a developer, too (obviously), and have to break the bad news to people all the time that want they want won’t be happening any time soon. I suppose the difficulty is that the login flows, for native, on offer at the moment are pretty slim. I don’t personally think that many serious SMEs are building a suite of swift / android / windows mobile apps atm, and I’m not sure if I’m the only one who thinks this but it seems to me that Ionic has missed the mark and is going to disappear into obscurity before too long. So there’s pretty much nothing left on the auth0 front, unless you’re a microsoft ecosystem guy and want to use Xamarin.
I don’t know, it is frustrating when a pretty simple (sounding) and broadly applicable use case, developed by Google of all people, can’t be readily utilised.
Anyway, appreciate the response, and will keep plugging away at an unsupported flutter implementation.