Fragment Navigate

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A controller to make the effect of swapping fragments like in native Android.

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Stack Feature:

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Getting Started

You must first create an object with the following attributes:

static final _fragNav = FragNavigate(
    firstKey: 'a',
    screens: <Posit>[
        Posit(
          key: a,
          title: 'Title A',
          fragment: Container(color: Colors.amberAccent,)
        ),
        Posit(
          key: b,
          title: 'Title B',
          fragment: Text('Test B...')
        ),
        Posit(
          key: c,
          title: 'Title C',
          fragment: Container(color: Colors.blueAccent,)
        ),
        Posit(
          key: d,
          title: 'Title D',
          fragment: Text('Test...')
        ),
    ],
    actionsList: [
        ActionPosit(
          keys: [a, b, c],
          actions: [
            IconButton(
              icon: Icon(Icons.add),
              onPressed: (){
                _fragNav.action('teste');
              }
            )
          ]
        )
      ],
  bottomList: [
    BottomPosit(
      keys: [a, b, c],
      length: 2,
      child: TabBar(
        indicatorColor: Colors.white,
        tabs: <Widget>[
          Text('a'),
          Text('b')
        ],
      )
    )
  ]
)

Screens:

In Screens, you need pass one list of Posit, to every Posit in screens, you need pass one unique key, one title and one Widget

ActionsList:

Here you pass one list of ActionPosit, to every ActionPosit, you parse one list of keys and one list of Widgets, the keys is the same keys of screens to show this actions. In click action of your Widget, you can call _fragNav.action('tag', params: 'any object');

_fragNav.action('tag')

To use it, your widget need implements interface: ActionInterface, and the action will called in:

@override
void action(String tag, {Object params}) {
    switch(tag){
        case 'tag': ...
    }
}

BottomList:

Here is like ActionsList, but the difference is you need pass length of tabs and the child is one PreferedSizedWidget.

Mounting Layout

Case the controller of fragments is one Drawer, you need set in build this value: _fragNav.setDrawerContext = context;, this is useful when you change fragment or click in back button, Case the controller of fragments is one Drawer, you need set in build this value: _fragNav.setDrawerContext = context;, this is useful when you change fragment or click in back button, then drawer close.

@override
Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    _fragNav.setDrawerContext = context;

    return StreamBuilder<FullPosit>(
        stream: _fragNav.outStreamFragment,
        builder: (con, s){
          if(s.data != null){
            return DefaultTabController(
                length: s.data.bottom.length,
                child: Scaffold(
                  key: _fragNav.drawerKey,
                  appBar: AppBar(
                    title: Text(s.data.title),
                    actions: s.data.actions,
                    bottom: s.data.bottom.child,
                  ),
                  drawer: CustomDrawer(bloc: _fragNav),
                  body: ScreenNavigate(
                      child: s.data.fragment,
                      bloc: _fragNav
                  ),
                )
            );
        }

      return Container();
    }
);

Use one StreamBuilder passing like stream _fragNav.outStreamFragment, and it return one FullPosit:

FullPosit(
  bottom: => BottomPosit(
      keys => list,
      length => size, 
      child => PreferedSizedWidget
  ),
  key: key,
  actions: actions,
  title: title,
  fragment: fragment,
);

IMPORTANT Case you will use the BottomList, remember that you need pass your Scaffold in one TabController like example above.

To set actual fragment, title and bottom only make this in scaffold:

Scaffold(
  key: _fragNav.drawerKey, // Pass it to controller Drawer on back and on put fragment
  appBar: AppBar(
    title: Text(snapshot.data.title),
    actions: snapshot.data.actions,
    bottom: snapshot.data.bottom.child,
  ),
  drawer: CustomDrawer(bloc: _fragNav),
  body: ScreenNavigate(
      child: snapshot.data.fragment,
      bloc: _fragNav
  ),
)

ScreenNavigate

In body of Scaffold, pass the ScreenNavigate like this:

ScreenNavigate(
  child: snapshot.data.fragment,
  bloc: _fragNav
)

It will make effect FadeIn on changed fragments.

Drawer

In every item of Drawer that call one new fragment ou can do it:

ListTile(
  leading: Icon(Icons.settings, color: currentSelect == key ? Colors.white : null), //
  selected: currentSelect == key, //here and above show how you can change color of selected fragment item
  title: Text(text, style: TextStyle(color: _getColor())),
  onTap: () => _fragNav.putPosit(key: newKey),
)

Change Fragment

To change fragment you can call in FragNavigate methods:

putPosit(key, force => default false, closeDrawer => default true); //put new fragment in stack
putAndReplace(key, force => default false, closeDrawer => default true); //put and discart atual fragment in stack
putAndClean(key, force => default false, closeDrawer => default true); //put and clean stack
jumpBack(); //back to last in stack, it is called automatically if you click in back buttom
jumpBackToFirst(); //back to first in stack and clean it

Libraries

widgets-support