A simple navigator assistant that allows for passing data to named routes


Import the package

  • Within



          virgil: 0.8.0
  • Run flutter packages get

Add it to your app

  • Inferno is a class containing your routes. It lives in the home: property of your *App widget.
  • To create Inferno, you need to give it routes
    • It's routes are very similar to the regular navigator's routes, with one exception
            '/': (context, arguments) => PageOne(),
            '/hello': (context, arguments) => PageTwo(arguments),
      It takes arguments with the context. You can pass the arguments to the widget.
  • To create it and start your app, you need to call .home(context, [initialRoute]) on it.
          home: Inferno(
              '/': (context, arguments) => PageOne(),
              '/hello': (context, arguments) => PageTwo(arguments),
          ).home(context), // you can give an optional argument to provide an initial route

Use it

  • Virgil does not replace the Navigator object, it only provides an extension to it.
  • To push a named page with arguments, use either
      Virgil.of(context).pushNamed('/hello', 'Arguments!');
      Virgil.pushNamed(context, '/hello', 'Arguments!');
  • Virgil supports these methods
    • pushNamed
    • pushNamedAndRemoveUntil
    • pushReplacementNamed
    • popAndPushNamed
      • The interface should be the same for all of these, with the exception of an optional argument: named parameter
      • The argument is dynamic by default, you can use type arguments to specifiy a type yourself.
  • To pop, use
  • For compatibility, Virgil will call the navigator if it can't find the route within Inferno.
    • The arguments will be lost!

Custom Page Route Builder

  • You can provide Inferno with a custom PageRouteBuilder to customize the page transitions