animated_size_and_fade 1.0.4 animated_size_and_fade: ^1.0.4 copied to clipboard
Does a fade and size transition between widgets of different heights. Also used to show/hide a widget.
This allows you to:
- Do a fade and size transition between two widgets.
- Show and hide a widget, by resizing it vertically while fading.
Fade and Size #
AnimatedSizeAndFade widget does a fade and size transition between a "new" widget and an "old" widget
previously set as a child. The "old" and the "new" children must have the same width,
but can have different heights, and you don't need to know their sizes in advance.
You can also define a duration and curve for both the fade and the size, separately.
Important: If the "new" child is the same widget type as the "old" child, but with different parameters, then [AnimatedSizeAndFade] will NOT do a transition between them, since as far as the framework is concerned, they are the same widget, and the existing widget can be updated with the new parameters. To force the transition to occur, set a [Key] (typically a [ValueKey] taking any widget data that would change the visual appearance of the widget) on each child widget that you wish to be considered unique.
bool toggle=true; Widget widget1 = ...; Widget widget2 = ...; AnimatedSizeAndFade( vsync: this, child: toggle ? widget1 : widget2 );
Show and Hide #
AnimatedSizeAndFade.toggle constructor may be used to show/hide a widget, by resizing it vertically while fading.
bool toggle=true; Widget widget = ...; AnimatedSizeAndFade.showHide( vsync: this, show: toggle, child: widget, );
How does it compare to other similar widgets? #
AnimatedCrossFadeyou must keep both the firstChild and secondChild, which is not necessary with
AnimatedSwitcheryou may simply change its child, but then it only animates the fade, not the size.
AnimatedContaineralso doesn't work unless you know the size of the children in advance.
Note: See the StackOverflow question that prompted this widget development.
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