Container for all the information necessary to build a Stepper widget's
forward and backward controls for any given step.
A simple cupertino bar that either blurs the background or provides a translucent background
A simple cupertino style checkbox list tile.
A cupertino version of the material
CupertinoDropdownButton < T>
Maps the basic dropdown feature to a CupertinoPicker
A rectangular area that responds to touch.
A single fixed-height row that typically contains some text as well as
a leading or trailing icon.
An iOS-style segmented control that allows multiple children selected or none.
Provides a scaffold with the option to define a toolbar widget
A simple page with a bar that can be aligned top/bottom/left/right.
An iOS-style progress bar.
CupertinoRadioListTile < T>
A simple cupertino style readio list tile.
Displays a CupertinoSearchTextField with the expected UX flow that switches to a full-screen experience once editing starts.
A CupertinoApp that also allows to display snack bar messages
A cupertino stepper widget that displays progress through a sequence of
steps. Steppers are particularly useful in the case of forms where one step
requires the completion of another one, or where multiple steps need to be
completed in order to submit the whole form.
An inherited widget that defines color and style parameters for
in this widget's subtree.
A material step used in
Stepper. The step can have a title and subtitle,
an icon within its circle, some content and a state that governs its