xSafeArea method

Widget xSafeArea(
  1. {bool left = true,
  2. bool top = true,
  3. bool right = true,
  4. bool bottom = true,
  5. EdgeInsets minimum = EdgeInsets.zero,
  6. bool maintainBottomViewPadding = false,
  7. Key key}
)

ScafArea`

Implementation

Widget xSafeArea({
  /// Whether to avoid system intrusions on the left.
  final bool left = true,

  /// Whether to avoid system intrusions at the top of the screen, typically the
  /// system status bar.
  final bool top = true,

  /// Whether to avoid system intrusions on the right.
  final bool right = true,

  /// Whether to avoid system intrusions on the bottom side of the screen.
  final bool bottom = true,

  /// This minimum padding to apply.
  ///
  /// The greater of the minimum insets and the media padding will be applied.
  final EdgeInsets minimum = EdgeInsets.zero,

  /// Specifies whether the [SafeArea] should maintain the [viewPadding] instead
  /// of the [padding] when consumed by the [viewInsets] of the current
  /// context's [MediaQuery], defaults to false.
  ///
  /// For example, if there is an onscreen keyboard displayed above the
  /// SafeArea, the padding can be maintained below the obstruction rather than
  /// being consumed. This can be helpful in cases where your layout contains
  /// flexible , which could visibly move when opening a software
  /// keyboard due to the change in the padding value. Setting this to true will
  /// avoid the UI shift.
  final bool maintainBottomViewPadding = false,
  final Key key,
}) {
  return SafeArea(
    bottom: bottom,
    key: key,
    left: left,
    maintainBottomViewPadding: maintainBottomViewPadding,
    minimum: minimum,
    right: right,
    top: top,
    child: this,
  );
}