NDialog 3.x

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Custom dialog with blur background, popup animation and progressDialog with native style.

Not only helps you display dialog with a blurred background, NDialog is here to help you do many things. for example, with NDialog you can display ProgressDialog to the user once until it meets the end of Future!

First of all, let's leave the old style with showDialog(blablabla), with NDialog i provide dialog extensions, you just simply call .show(context) at the end of your dialog and let the magic work!

There are 2 types of dialogs in here, they are Dialog (popup dialog) and Progress Dialog.

Dialog

In Dialog, there are 2 types too, they are NDialog and NAlertDialog.

NDialog

Is a raw dialog where you can view them right away without anything else

  await NDialog(
    dialogStyle: DialogStyle(titleDivider: true),
    title: Text("Hi, This is NDialog"),
    content: Text("And here is your content, hoho... "),  
    actions: <Widget>[
      FlatButton(child: Text("You"),onPressed: () {}),
      FlatButton(child: Text("Are"),onPressed: () {}),
      FlatButton(child: Text("Awesome"),onPressed: () {}),
    ],
  ).show(context);

NAlertDialog

Is a dialog where you can directly set the background attributes without be wrapped by DialogBackground and you can simply display them.

  await NAlertDialog(
    dialogStyle: DialogStyle(titleDivider: true),
    title: Text("Hi, This is NAlertDialog"),
    content: Text("And here is your content, hoho... "), 
    actions: <Widget>[
      FlatButton(child: Text("You"),onPressed: () {}),
      FlatButton(child: Text("Are"),onPressed: () {}),
      FlatButton(child: Text("Awesome"),onPressed: () {}),
    ],
  ).show(context);

Progress Dialog

In ProgressDialog, there are 2 types too, they are ProgressDialog and CustomProgressDialog.

ProgressDialog

Will display the ProgressDialog with Android native style.

  ProgressDialog progressDialog = ProgressDialog(context, 
    message:Text("This is the message"), 
    title:Text("This is the title")
  );

  //You can set Message using this function
  progressDialog.setTitle(Text("Loading"));
  progressDialog.setMessage(Text("Please Wait, Injecting your phone with my virus"));
  progressDialog.show();

  await Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5));

  //Progress Dialog already show? don't worry, you can change the message :D
  progressDialog.setTitle(Text("Just Kidding"));
  progressDialog.setMessage(Text("I mean, virus of love :*"));

  await Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5));

  progressDialog.dismiss();

CustomProgressDialog

Will display a progress dialog with customizable widgets

  CustomProgressDialog progressDialog = CustomProgressDialog(context,blur: 10);

  ///You can set Loading Widget using this function
  progressDialog.setLoadingWidget(CircularProgressIndicator(valueColor: AlwaysStoppedAnimation(Colors.red)));
  progressDialog.show();

  await Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5));

  //Progress Dialog already show? don't worry, you can change the loading widget :D
  progressDialog.setLoadingWidget(null);

  await Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5));

  progressDialog.dismiss();

This is what I'm talking about, Each Progress Dialog has a .future(context) static function, which will help you display the progress dialog once until Future is completed


///ProgressDialog
await ProgressDialog.future(
  context, 
  future: Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5), () {
    return "HIYAAA";
  }),
  message: Text("Please Wait"),
  cancelText: Text("Batal"),
  title: Text("Loging in"),
)

///CustomProgressDialog
await CustomProgressDialog.future(
  context,
  future: Future.delayed(Duration(seconds: 5), () {
    return "WOHOOO";
  }),
  loadingWidget: Center(
    child: Container(
      alignment:Alignment.center, 
      child:CircularProgressIndicator(),
    ),
  ),
  backgroundColor: Colors.blue.withOpacity(.5),
)

Dialog Extensions!

You can simply call show(context) at the end of Flutter's built-in dialogs.

  AlertDialog( ... ).show(context);
  SimpleDialog( ... ).show(context);
  Dialog( ... ).show(context);
  CupertinoDialog( ... ).show(context);
  CupertinoAlertDialog( ... ).show(context);

DialogBackground

You can use DialogBackground to create your own custom dialog and display them easily, not only that, you can also change the barrierColor / background color and add little bit blur effects there.

Note : BlurDialogBackground is depreceted, use DialogBackground instead!

  await DialogBackground(
    dialog: AlertDialog(
      title: Text("Alert Dialog"),
      content: Text("Wohoo.. This is ordinary AlertDialog with Blur background"),
      actions: <Widget>[
        FlatButton(child: Text("You")onPressed: () {}),
        FlatButton(child: Text("Are")onPressed: () {}),
        FlatButton(child: Text("Awesome")onPressed: () {}),
      ],
    ),
  ).show(context); 

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