resourceIds property Null safety

List<Object>? resourceIds
final

The ids of the CalendarResource that shares this TimeRegion.

Based on this Id the TimeRegions are grouped and arranged to each resource in calendar view.

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@override
 Widget build(BuildContext context) {
   return Container(
     child: SfCalendar(
       view: CalendarView.timelineMonth,
       dataSource: _getCalendarDataSource(),
       specialRegions: _getTimeRegions(),
     ),
   );
 }
}

class DataSource extends CalendarDataSource {
 DataSource(List<Appointment> source,
        List<CalendarResource> resourceColl) {
   appointments = source;
   resources = resourceColl;
 }
}

DataSource _getCalendarDataSource() {
 List<Appointment> appointments = <Appointment>[];
 List<CalendarResource> resources = <CalendarResource>[];
 appointments.add(Appointment(
     startTime: DateTime.now(),
     endTime: DateTime.now().add(Duration(hours: 2)),
     isAllDay: true,
     subject: 'Meeting',
     color: Colors.blue,
     resourceIds: <Object>['0001'],
     startTimeZone: '',
     endTimeZone: ''));

 resources.add(
     CalendarResource(displayName: 'John', id: '0001',
                                        color: Colors.red));

 return DataSource(appointments, resources);
}

List<TimeRegion> _getTimeRegions() {
 final List<TimeRegion> regions = <TimeRegion>[];
 regions.add(TimeRegion(
     startTime: DateTime.now(),
     endTime: DateTime.now().add(Duration(hours: 1)),
     enablePointerInteraction: false,
     color: Colors.grey.withOpacity(0.2),
     resourceIds: <Object>['0001'],
     text: 'Break'));

 return regions;
}

Implementation

final List<Object>? resourceIds;