⚡️A highly customizable, editable table package for Flutter projects.



This package allows you to create editable tables and spreadsheets with ease, either by providing inital row and column count to display an empty table, or use it with predefined rows and column data sets.

It is compatible with Flutter Desktop (Windows, Linux, MacOS), IOS, Android, and Web. ❤️


  • Save Edited Rows
  • Save Edited cell
  • Customize cell data
  • Add Empty rows
  • Create Empty tables
  • Customizable Save button
  • Customize Table headers
  • Zebra - Stripe table
  • Style table border
  • Adjustable Column widths

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Getting started

In the pubspec.yaml of your flutter project, add the following dependency:

  editable: "^1.1.4"

In your library add the following import:

import 'package:editable/editable.dart';


Create Table

To create a new table, use the Editable() widget class and provide the table data properties as follows:

  • column: an array of objects example example:

       List cols = [
         {"title":'Name', 'widthFactor': 0.2, 'key':'name'},
         {"title":'Date', 'widthFactor': 0.1, 'key':'date'},
         {"title":'Month', 'widthFactor': 0.1, 'key':'month'},
         {"title":'Status',  'key':'status'},

    title is the column heading

    widthFactor a custom size ratio of each column width, if not provided, defaults to columnRatio = 0.20 dart 'widthFactor': 0.1 //gives 10% of screen size to the column 'widthFactor': 0.2 //gives 20% of screen size to the column

    key an identifyer preferably without space and special characters

  • rows: an array of objects, where each object key represents a column key, example:

      List rows = [
          {"name": 'James Joe', "date":'23/09/2020',"month":'June',"status":'completed'},
          {"date":'12/4/2020',"month":'March',"name": 'Daniel Paul', "status":'new'},

    Each objects DO NOT have to be positioned in same order as its column

  • rowCount: Interger value of number of rows to be generated: Optional if row data is provided

  • columnCount: Interger value of number of columns to be generated: Optional if column data is provided

  • columnRatio: fraction of the screen width occupied by each column. This is usefull for shrinking and expanding table width example:

      columnRation: 0.2 //sets each column to occupy 20 percent of screen width


  • borderColor: Color of table border

  • borderWidth: width of table borders

  • tdPaddingLeft: Table data cell padding left

  • tdPaddingTop: Table data cell padding top

  • tdPaddingRight: Table data cell padding right;

  • tdPaddingBottom: Table data cell padding bottom;

  • tdAlignment: Aligns the table data ;

  • tdStyle: Style the table data;

  • thPaddingLeft: Table header cell padding left;

  • thPaddingTop: Table header cell padding top;

  • thPaddingRight: Table header cell padding right;

  • thPaddingBottom: Table header cell padding bottom;

  • trHeight: Table Row Height, cannot be less than 40.0 ;

  • thWeight: Table headers fontweight;

  • thSize: Table headers fontSize;

  • tdEditableMaxLines : Max lines allowed in editable text, default: 1 (longer data will not wrap and be hidden), setting to 100 will allow wrapping and not increase row size;

  • showSaveIcon: Toogles the save button, if true displays an icon to save rows, adds an addition column to the right

  • saveIcon: Icon for to save row data, example: dart saveIcon : Icons.add

  • saveIconColor: Color for the save Icon

  • saveIconSize: Size for the saveIcon

  • showCreateButton: displays a button that adds a new row onPressed

  • stripeColor1: The first row alternate color, if stripe is set to true

  • stripeColor2: The Second row alternate color, if stripe is set to true;

  • zebraStripe: Enable zebra-striping, set to false by default // if zebraStripe is enabled, you can style the colors [stripeColor1] and [stripeColor2]

  • createButtonAlign: Aligns the button for adding new rows;

  • createButtonIcon: Icon displayed in the create new row button;

  • createButtonColor: Color for the create new row button;

  • createButtonShape: border shape of the create new row button createButtonShape: RoundedRectangleBorder( borderRadius: BorderRadius.circular(8) )

  • createButtonLabel: Label for the create new row button

Save methods

  • onSubmitted: onSubmitted callback is triggered when the enter button is tapped (for desktop users) Or when edit is complete(on mobile) on a table data cell it returns a value of the edited cell data

  • onRowSaved: onRowSaved callback is triggered when a saveButton is pressed. returns only values if row is edited, otherwise returns a string 'no edit'

  • EditableState key: To get all Edited Rows outside the current context, you can access the editable state using a GlobalKey, example:

         /// Create a Key for EditableState
        final _editableKey = GlobalKey<EditableState>(); 
  /// Function to add a new row
  /// Using the global key assigined to Editable widget
  /// Access the current state of Editable
  void _addNewRow() {
    setState(() {

  ///Print only edited rows.
  void _printEditedRows() {
    List editedRows = _editableKey.currentState.editedRows;

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      appBar: AppBar(
        leadingWidth: 200,
        leading: FlatButton.icon(
            onPressed: () => _addNewRow(),
            icon: Icon(Icons.add),
            label: Text(
              style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold),
        title: Text(widget.title),
        actions: [
            padding: const EdgeInsets.all(8.0),
            child: FlatButton(
                onPressed: () => _printEditedRows(),
                child: Text('Print Edited Rows',
                    style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold))),
      body: Editable(
        key: _editableKey, //Assign Key to Widget
        columns: cols,
        rows: rows,
        zebraStripe: true,
        stripeColor2: Colors.grey[200],
        borderColor: Colors.blueGrey,
# Screenshots

Editable Table with Data (zebraStripe)  |Empty SpreadSheet (zebraStripe)    | Empty SpreadSheet (No Stripe)
<img src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/41484542/96218374-85cb8100-0f7c-11eb-9bd3-f3154073d747.png"/> | <img src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/41484542/96218512-caefb300-0f7c-11eb-93e1-77fd66f7cc2b.png"/> | <img src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/41484542/96218567-e490fa80-0f7c-11eb-8df1-03aebd4b4ee4.png"/>

Table with Save Icon
<img src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/41484542/95015531-4da37480-0645-11eb-965a-f3d3507c18da.png"/>

# Tutorials
The Following are resources to help you build with Editable: 
- [Creating Editable Tables With Flutter](https://medium.com/swlh/creating-editable-tables-with-flutter-5536b593c29a)
- [Keeping it local: Managing a Flutter app's data (Andrew Fitz Gibbon)](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjhxm3foCMk&t=2743s)

# Contribution

I highly encourage the community to step forward and improve this
library further. You can fix any reported bug, propose or implement new
features, write tests, etc.

Here is a quick list of things to remember
* Check the open issues before creating a new one,
* Help me in reducing the number of open issues by fixing any existing
* Check the roadmap to see if you can help in implementing any new
* You can contribute by writing unit and integration tests for this
* If you have any new idea that aligns with the goal of this library,
  feel free to raise a feature request and discuss it.

# Author

This Editable table package for Flutter is developed by [Godwin Asuquo](https://github.com/godilite)

# Contributors
[CY Uket](https://github.com/cyuket)
[Tim Maffet](https://github.com/timmaffett)
❤️Thank you all for your contributions

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