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Redux without the boilerplate, tailored for Flutter. Easy to learn, to use and test. Allows for both sync and async reducers.

Please visit the Redux App Example repository in GitHub for a full-fledged example with a complete app showcasing the fundamentals and best practices described in the AsyncRedux Readme.

[20.0.2] - 2022/05/29 #

  • Fixed WrapReduce (which may be used to wrap the reducer to allow for some pre- or post-processing) to avoid async reducers to be called twice.

[20.0.0] - 2022/05/12 #

  • Flutter 3.10.0 and Dart 3.0.0

[19.0.2] - 2022/03/16 #

  • Docs improvement.

[19.0.1] - 2022/02/26 #

  • Flutter 3.7.5, Dart 2.19.2, fast_immutable_collections: 9.0.0.

  • Breaking change: The Action.wrapError(error, stackTrace) method now also gets the stacktrace instead of just the error. If your code breaks, just add the extra parameter, like so: Object wrapError(error) => ... turns into Object wrapError(error, _) => ...

  • Breaking change: When a Persistor is provided to the Store, it now considers the initialState is already persisted. Before this change, it considered nothing was persisted. Note: Before you create the store, you are allowed to call the Persistor methods directly: Persistor.saveInitialState(), readState() and deleteState(). However, after you create the store, please don't call those methods yourself anymore. If you do it, AsyncRedux cannot keep track of which state was persisted. After store creation, if necessary, you should use the corresponding methods Store.saveInitialStateInPersistence(), Store.readStateFromPersistence() and Store.deleteStateFromPersistence(). These methods let AsyncRedux keep track of the persisted state, so that it's able to call Persistor.persistDifference() with the appropriate parameters.

  • Method Store.getLastPersistedStateFromPersistor() returns the state that was last persisted to the local persistence. It's unlikely you will use this method yourself.

  • Breaking change: The factory declaration used to have two type parameters, but now it has three: class Factory extends VmFactory<AppState, MyConnector, MyViewModel> With that change, you can now reference the view-model inside the Factory methods, by using the vm getter. Example:

    ViewModel fromStore() =>
        value: _calculateValue(),
        onTap: _onTap);
    void _onTap() => dispatch(SaveValueAction(vm.value)); // Use the value from the vm.

    Note 1: You can only use the vm getter after the fromStore() method is called, which means you cannot reference the vm inside of the fromStore() method itself. If you do that, you'll get a StoreException. You also cannot use the vm getter if the view-model is null.

    Note 2: To reduce boilerplate, and not having to pass the AppState type parameter whenever you create a Factory, I recommend you define a base Factory, like so:

    abstract class BaseFactory<T extends Widget?, Model extends Vm> extends VmFactory<AppState, T, Model> {
        BaseFactory([T? connector]) : super(connector);
  • Added class LocalJsonPersist to help persist the state as pure Json.

[18.0.2] - 2022/12/11 #

  • Fixed small bug when persistor is paused before being used once.

[18.0.0] - 2022/10/23 #

  • Version bump of dependencies.

[17.0.1] - 2022/10/09 #

  • Fixed issue with the StoreConnector.shouldUpdateModel method when the widget updates.

[17.0.0] - 2022/09/15 #

  • The StateObserver.observe() method signature changed to include an error parameter:

    void observe(
       ReduxAction<St> action,
       St stateIni,
       St stateEnd,
       Object? error,
       int dispatchCount,

    The state-observers are now also called when the action reducer complete with a error. In this case, the error object will not be null. This makes it easier to use state-observers for metrics. Please, see the documentation for the recommended clean-code way to do this.

[16.1.0] - 2022/09/13 #

  • Added another cache function, for 2 states and 3 parameters: cache2states_3params.

[16.0.0] - 2022/05/15 #

  • Breaking change: Async reduce() methods (those that return Futures) are now called synchronously (in the same microtask of their dispatch), just like a regular async function is. In other words, now dispatching a sync action works just the same as calling a sync function, and dispatching an async action works just the same as calling an async function.

    // Example: The below code will print: "BEFORE a1 f1 AFTER a2 f2"  
    class MyAsyncAction extends ReduxAction<AppState> {
       Future<AppState?> reduce() async {
          await microtask;
          return state;
    Future<void> asyncFunction() async {
       await Future.microtask((){});

    Before version 16.0.0, the reduce() method was called in a later microtask. Please note, the async reduce() methods continue to return and apply the state in a later microtask (this did not change).

    The above breaking change is unlikely to affect you in any way, but if you want the old behavior, just add await microtask; to the first line of your reduce() method.

  • Breaking change: When your reducer is async (i.e., returns Future<AppState>) you must make sure you do not return a completed future, meaning all execution paths of the reducer must pass through at least one await keyword. In other words, don't return a Future if you don't need it. If your reducer has no awaits, you must return AppState? instead of Future<AppState?>, or add await microtask; to the start of your reducer, or return null. For example:

    // These are right:
    AppState? reduce() { return state; }
    AppState? reduce() { someFunc(); return state; }
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { await someFuture(); return state; }
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { await microtask; return state; }
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { if (state.someBool) return await calculation(); return null; }
    // But these are wrong:
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { return state; }
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { someFunc(); return state; }
    Future<AppState?> reduce() async { if (state.someBool) return await calculation(); return state; }

    If you don't follow this rule, AsyncRedux may seem to work ok, but will eventually misbehave.

    It's generally easy to make sure you are not returning a completed future. In the rare case your reducer function is very complex, and you are unsure that all code paths pass through an await, just add assertUncompletedFuture(); at the very END of your reduce method, right before the return. If you do that, an error will be shown in the console if the reduce method ever returns a completed future.

    If you're an advanced user interested in the details, check the sync/async tests.

  • When the Event class was created, Flutter did not have another class with that name. Now there is. For this reason, a typedef now allows you to use Evt instead. If you need, you can hide one of them, by importing AsyncRedux like this:

    import 'package:async_redux/async_redux.dart' hide Event;


    import 'package:async_redux/async_redux.dart' hide Evt;  

[15.0.0] - 2022/05/12 #

  • Flutter 3.0 support.

[14.1.4] - 2022/05/10 #

  • NavigateAction.popUntilRouteName() can print the routes (for debugging).

[14.1.2] - 2022/04/21 #

  • Better stacktrace for wrapped errors in actions.

[14.1.1] - 2022/04/21 #

  • The store persistor can now be paused and resumed, with methods store.pausePersistor(), store.persistAndPausePersistor() and store.resumePersistor(). This may be used together with the app lifecycle, to prevent a persistence process to start when the app is being shut down. For example:

    child: StoreProvider<AppState>(
    store: store,
      child: AppLifecycleManager( // Add this widget here to capture lifecycle events.
        child: MaterialApp( 
    class AppLifecycleManager extends StatefulWidget {
      final Widget child;
      const AppLifecycleManager({Key? key, required this.child}) : super(key: key);  
      _AppLifecycleManagerState createState() => _AppLifecycleManagerState();
    class _AppLifecycleManagerState extends State<AppLifecycleManager> with WidgetsBindingObserver {
    void initState() {
    void dispose() {
    void didChangeAppLifecycleState(AppLifecycleState lifecycle) {
    Widget build(BuildContext context) => widget.child;
    class ProcessLifecycleChangeAction extends ReduxAction<AppState> {
       final AppLifecycleState lifecycle;
       Future<AppState?> reduce() async {
         if (lifecycle == AppLifecycleState.resumed || lifecycle == AppLifecycleState.inactive) {
         } else if (lifecycle == AppLifecycleState.paused || lifecycle == AppLifecycleState.detached) {
         } else
           throw AssertionError(lifecycle);
         return null;
  • When logging out of the app, you can call store.deletePersistedState() to ask the persistor to delete the state from disk.

  • Breaking change: This is a very minor change, unlikely to affect you. The signature for the Action.wrapError method has changed from Object? wrapError(error) to Object? wrapError(Object error). If you get an error when you upgrade, you can fix it by changing the method that broke into Object? wrapError(dynamic error).

  • Breaking change: Context is now nullable for these StoreConnector methods:

    void onInitialBuildCallback(BuildContext? context, Store<St> store, Model viewModel);
    void onDidChangeCallback(BuildContext? context, Store<St> store, Model viewModel);
    void onWillChangeCallback(BuildContext? context, Store<St> store, Model previousVm, Model newVm);

[13.3.1] - 2021/12/23 #

  • Version bump of dependencies.

[13.2.2] - 2021/12/23 #

  • Version bump of dependencies.

[13.2.1] - 2021/12/16 #

  • Fixed MockStore.dispatchAsync() and MockStore.dispatchSync() methods.

[13.2.0] - 2021/11/26 #

  • delay parameter for WaitAction.add() and WaitAction.remove() methods.

[13.1.0] - 2021/11/02 #

  • Added missing dispatchSync and dispatchAsync to StoreTester.

[13.0.6] - 2021/09/10 #

  • Added missing dispatchSync to VmFactory.

[13.0.5] - 2021/09/29 #

  • Sometimes, the store state is such that it's not possible to create a view-model. In those cases, the fromStore() method in the Factory can now return a null view-model. In that case, the builder() method in the StoreConnector can detect that the view-model is null, and then return some widget that does not depend on the view-model. For example:

    return StoreConnector<AppState, ViewModel?>(
      vm: () => Factory(this),
      builder: (BuildContext context, ViewModel? vm) {
        return (vm == null)
          ? Text("The user is not logged in")
          : MyHomePage(user: vm.user)
    class Factory extends VmFactory<AppState, MyHomePageConnector, ViewModel> {   
    ViewModel? fromStore() {
      return (store.state.user == null)
          ? null
          : ViewModel(user: store.state.user)
    class ViewModel extends Vm {
      final User user;  
      ViewModel({required this.user}) : super(equals: [user]);

[13.0.4] - 2021/09/20 #

  • dispatch can be used to dispatch both sync and async actions. It returns a FutureOr. You can await the result or not, as desired.

  • dispatchAsync can also be used to dispatch both sync and async actions. But it always returns a Future (not a FutureOr). Use this only when you explicitly need a Future, for example, when working with the RefreshIndicator widget.

  • dispatchSync allows you to dispatch SYNC actions only. In that case, dispatchSync(action) is exactly the same as dispatch(action). However, if your action is ASYNC, dispatchSync will throw an error. Use this only when you need to make sure an action is sync (meaning it impacts the store state immediately when it returns). This is not very common. Important: An action is sync if and only if both its before and reduce methods are sync. If any or both these methods return a Future, then the action is async and will throw an error when used with dispatchSync.

  • StoreTester.getConnectorTester helps test StoreConnectors methods, such as onInit, onDispose and onWillChange. For example, suppose you have a StoreConnector which dispatches SomeAction on its onInit. You could test it like this:

    class MyConnector extends StatelessWidget { 
       Widget build(BuildContext context) => StoreConnector<AppState, Vm>(
          vm: () => _Factory(), 
          onInit: _onInit, 
          builder: (context, vm) { ... } 
    void _onInit(Store<AppState> store) => store.dispatch(SomeAction()); 
    var storeTester = StoreTester(...); 
    var connectorTester = storeTester.getConnectorTester(MyConnector()); 
    var info = await tester.waitUntil(SomeAction);  

    For more information, see section Testing the StoreConnector in the readme file.

  • Fix: UserExceptionDialog now shows all UserExceptions. It was discarding some of them under some circumstances, in a regression created in version 4.0.4.

  • In the Store constructor you can now set maxErrorsQueued to control the maximum number of errors the UserExceptionDialog error-queue can hold. Default is 10.

  • ConsoleActionObserver is now provided to print action details to the console.

  • WaitAction.toString() now returns a better description.

[12.0.4] - 2021/08/19 #

  • NavigateAction.toString() now returns a better description, like Action NavigateAction.pop().

  • Fixed NavigateAction.popUntilRouteName and NavigateAction.pushNamedAndRemoveAll to return the correct .type.

  • Added section Dependency Injection in

[12.0.3] - 2021/08/11 #

  • Improved error messages when the reducer returns an invalid type.

  • New StoreTester methods: waitUntilAll() and waitUntilAllGetLast().

  • Passing an environment to the store, to help with dependency injection: Store(environment: ...)

[12.0.0] - 2021/06/29 #

  • Breaking change: Improved state typing for some Store parameters. You will now have to use Persistor<AppState> instead of Persistor, and WrapError<AppState> instead of WrapError etc.

  • Global Store(wrapReduce: ...). You may now globally wrap the reducer to allow for some pre or post-processing. Note: if the action also have a wrapReduce method, this global wrapper will be called AFTER (it will wrap the action's wrapper which wraps the action's reducer).

  • Downgraded dev_dependencies test: ^1.16.0

[11.0.1] - 2021/06/22 #

  • You can now provide callbacks onOk and onCancel to an UserException. This allows you to dispatch actions when the user dismisses the error dialog. When using the default UserExceptionDialog: (i) if only onOk is provided, it will be called when the dialog is dismissed, no matter how. (ii) If both onOk and onCancel are provided, then onOk will be called only when the OK button is pressed, while onCancel will be called when the dialog is dismissed by any other means.

[11.0.0] - 2021/06/02 #

  • Breaking change: The dispatchFuture function is not necessary anymore. Just rename it to dispatch, since now the dispatch function always returns a future, and you can await it or not, as desired.

  • Breaking change: ReduxAction.hasFinished() has been deprecated. It should be renamed to isFinished.

  • The dispatch function now returns an ActionStatus. Usually you will discard this info, but you may use it to know if the action completed with no errors. For example, suppose a SaveAction looks like this:

    class SaveAction extends ReduxAction<AppState> {      
      Future<AppState> reduce() async {
      bool isSaved = await saveMyInfo(); 
        if (!isSaved) throw UserException("Save failed.");	 

    Then, when you save some info, you want to leave the current screen if and only if the save process succeeded:

    var status = await dispatch(SaveAction(info));
    if (status.isFinished) dispatch(NavigateAction.pop()); // Or: Navigator.pop(context) 

[10.0.1] - 2021/05/15 #

  • Breaking change: The new UserExceptionDialog.useLocalContext parameter now allows the UserExceptionDialog to be put in the builder parameter of the MaterialApp widget. Even if you use this dialog, it is unlikely this will be a breaking change for you. But if it is, and your error dialog now has problems, simply make useLocalContext: true to return to the old behavior.

  • Breaking change: StoreConnector parameters onInitialBuild, onDidChange and onWillChange now also get the context and the store. For example, where you previously had onInitialBuild(vm) {...} now you have onInitialBuild(context, store, vm) {...}.

[9.0.9] - 2021/05/10 #

  • LocalPersist saveJson() and loadJson() methods.

[9.0.8] - 2021/04/26 #

  • FIC and weak-map version bump.

[9.0.7] - 2021/04/16 #

  • NNBD improvements.
  • FIC version bump.

[9.0.1] - 2021/03/22 #

  • Downgrade to file: ^6.0.0 to improve compatibility.

[9.0.0] - 2021/03/03 #

  • Nullsafe.

[8.0.0] - 2021/02/21 #

  • Uses nullsafe dependencies (it's not yet itself nullsafe).

  • Breaking change: Cache functions (for memoization) have been renamed and extended.

[7.0.2] - 2021/02/12 #

  • LocalPersist: Better handling of mock file-systems.

[7.0.1] - 2020/12/30 #

  • Breaking change:

    Now the vm parameter in the StoreConnector is a function that creates a VmFactory (instead of being a VmFactory object itself).

    So, to upgrade, you just need to provide this:

    vm: () => MyFactory(this),

    Instead of this:

    // Deprecated.
    vm: MyFactory(this), 

    Now the StoreConnector will create a VmFactory every time it needs a view-model. The Factory will have access to:

    1. state getter: The state the store was holding when the factory and the view-model were created. This state is final inside the factory.

    2. currentState() method: The current (most recent) store state. This will return the current state the store holds at the time the method is called.

  • New store parameter immutableCollectionEquality lets you override the equality used for immutable collections from the fast_immutable_collections package.

[6.0.3] - 2020/12/03 #

  • StoreTester.dispatchState().

[6.0.2] - 2020/11/16 #

  • VmFactory.getAndRemoveFirstError().

[6.0.1] - 2020/10/30 #

  • NavigateAction now closely follows the Navigator api: push(), pop(), popAndPushNamed(), pushNamed(), pushReplacement(), pushAndRemoveUntil(), replace(), replaceRouteBelow(), pushReplacementNamed(), pushNamedAndRemoveUntil(), pushNamedAndRemoveAll(), popUntil(), removeRoute(), removeRouteBelow(), popUntilRouteName() and popUntilRoute().

[5.0.0] - 2020/10/19 #

  • Breaking change: OnWillChangeCallback now provides previousVm.

[4.0.4] - 2020/10/19 #

  • Better performance: Less unnecessary view-model calculations.
  • StoreConnector.shouldUpdateModel fix.

[4.0.1] - 2020/10/02 #

Flutter 1.22 compatibility #

Bumping file: ^6.0.0-nullsafety.2

Breaking Change #

The abstract ReduxAction.reduce() method signature has a return type of FutureOr<AppState>, but your concrete reducers must return one or the other: AppState or Future<AppState>.

That's necessary because AsyncRedux knows if a reducer is sync or async not by checking the returned type, but by checking your reducer() method signature. If it is FutureOr<AppState>, AsyncRedux can't know if it's sync or async, and will throw a StoreException:

Reducer should return `St?` or `Future<St?>`. Do not return `FutureOr<St?>`.

Breaking Change #

Previously to version 4.0.0, your async reducers would have to make sure never to return completed futures. This is no longer necessary in version 4.0.0.

Now, while sync reducers continue to run synchronously with the dispatch, the async reducers will not be called immediately, but will be scheduled in a later task.

Why is this a breaking change? Previously to version 4.0.0, the async reducers would have at least started synchronously with the dispatch, and would run synchronously until the first await. You probably shouldn't be counting on the executing order of the beginning of async reducers anyway, so your code is unlikely to break after upgrading to version 4.0.0. But, please run your tests in this new version and open an issue if it has created any problems for you that you think would make it difficult to migrate.

Deprecated #

StoreConnector's model parameter is now deprecated. It expects a BaseModel object, which is also deprecated. AsyncRedux run the BaseModel.fromStore() method to obtain yet another object of type BaseModel, which is the view-model used by the connector.

While the model parameter is easy to use, it is also easy to use it wrong.

Instead, you should now use the StoreConnector's vm parameter to pass an object of type VmFactory. AsyncRedux will run the VmFactory.fromStore() method to obtain an object of type Vm, which is now the view-model used by the connector. Note: Vm is immutable, and all its fields must be final.

AsyncRedux will inject the state and the dispatch/dispatchFuture methods into VmFactory, so that you easily can create any fields and methods you need to help you build the view-model.

This is a complete example:

class MyHomePageConnector extends StatelessWidget {
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return StoreConnector<AppState, ViewModel>(
        vm: () => Factory(this),
        builder: (BuildContext context, ViewModel vm) =>
              counter: vm.counter,
              onIncrement: vm.onIncrement,

class Factory extends VmFactory<AppState, MyHomePageConnector, ViewModel> {
  Factory(connector) : super(connector);

  ViewModel fromStore() =>
        counter: state.counter,
        onIncrement: () => dispatch(IncrementAndGetDescriptionAction()),

class ViewModel extends Vm {
  final int counter;
  final String description;

    required this.counter,
    required this.onIncrement,
  }) : super(equals: [counter]);

Please note, StoreConnector's converter parameter still works and will NOT be deprecated.

View-model equality #

Just as before, if you provide the Vm.equals field in the constructor, it will automatically create equals/hashcode for you, so that the connector can know when the view-model changed, and rebuild. However, you can now provide your own comparison method, if you want. To that end, your state classes must implement the VmEquals interface. As a default, objects of type VmEquals are compared by identity, while all other object types are, as usual, compared by equality. You may then override the VmEquals.vmEquals() method to provide your custom comparisons.

[3.0.5] - 2020/08/18 #

  • Action.after() will now throw the error asynchronously (instead of swallowing it).

[3.0.4] - 2020/08/13 #

  • Fix: withoutHardCause was removing the code field.

[3.0.3] - 2020/08/11 #

  • cache3.
  • LocalPersist is exported separately.

[3.0.0] - 2020/07/27 #

  • Works for Web.

[2.13.1] - 2020/07/17 #

  • WrapError may now convert to any error type.
  • UserException hardCause() and withoutHardCause() methods.

[2.13.0] - 2020/07/16 #

  • typedef Reducer.
  • ReduxAction.wrapReduce().

[2.12.3] - 2020/07/08 #

  • Docs improvement.

[2.12.2] - 2020/06/30 #

  • Global WrapError now gets error, stackTrace, and action (none of them optional).
  • MockStore (still experimental, in mock_store.dart), lets you mock or disable actions/reducers during tests. (See section Mocking actions and reducers in
  • ReduxAction.status and ReduxAction.isFinished. (Search for "Action status" in
  • ReduxAction.reduceWithState deprecated (will be removed).

[2.11.1] - 2020/06/12 #

  • Added cache/reselector functions with 1 or 2 states and zero parameters: cache1 and cache2.
  • Breaking change: Other cache/reselector functions are now named cache1_1, cache1_2, cache2_1 , and cache2_2.
  • Breaking change: Dispatch/DispatchFuture with notify: false will change the state but not rebuild widgets.

[2.10.0] - 2020/06/01 #

  • BaseModel now doesn't give direct access to the store, and doesn't read the state from the store anymore. The state is now copied and kept constant in the view-model, as it should.

[2.9.0] - 2020/05/25 #

  • Stacktrace in WrapError.
  • EventMultiple (

[2.8.11] - 2020/05/19 #

[2.8.7] - 2020/05/15 #

  • Store.stateTimestamp now records the timestamp when the current state in the store was created.

[2.8.6] - 2020/05/13 #

  • Fixed corner case for StoreTester.waitAll.

[2.8.5] - 2020/05/12 #

  • Small fixes: better generics; Better waitCondition stream close.

[2.8.4] - 2020/05/08 #

  • Fix LocalPersist imports.
  • Fix abortDispatch not getting the state.

[2.8.1] - 2020/05/01 #

  • A filesystem may be injected into LocalPersist (usually to be used with MemoryFileSystem).
  • Fix: LocalPersist.subDirs.

[2.8.0] - 2020/04/30 #

  • Store.waitCondition() returns a future which will complete when the state meets a given condition.

  • Breaking change: StoreTester.waitCondition() now accepts a parameter called testImmediately. When testImmediately is true (now the default), it will test the condition immediately when the method is called. If the condition is true, the method will return immediately, without waiting for any actions to be dispatched. When testImmediately is false (the old behavior), it will only test the condition once an action is dispatched.

[2.7.3] - 2020/04/30 #

  • Fix: When dbName is a String, LocalPersist doesn't break it in the dot anymore.
  • LocalPersist subDirs.

[2.7.2] - 2020/04/24 #

  • WaitAction now has dynamic generic type in TestInfo.type (compatible with the StoreTester).

[2.7.1] - 2020/04/15 #

  • WaitAction is now compatible with BuiltValue and Freezed packages.

[2.7.0] - 2020/04/14 #

  • WaitAction (Search for "Progress indicators" in
  • Example: main_wait_action_simple.dart
  • Example: main_wait_action_advanced_1.dart
  • Example: main_wait_action_advanced_2.dart

[2.6.0] - 2020/04/01 #

  • The default timeout for the StoreTester wait functions can now be globally changed.
  • The default debug information printed to the console can now be changed or turned off globally.

[2.5.8] - 2020/03/17 #

  • NavigateAction.push(Route).

[2.5.7] - 2020/03/09 #

  • Action.abortDispatch.

[2.5.6] - 2020/03/05 #

  • Fixed orElse in TestInfo operator [].

[2.5.5] - 2020/02/18 #

  • StoreTester.lastInfo (Search for "lastInfo" in
  • PersistorPrinterDecorator: saveInitialState linked to the correct method.
  • Fix failing tests by ensuring initialization.

[2.5.4] - 2020/02/18 #

  • Docs improvement.

[2.5.3] - 2020/01/29 #

  • Removes the generic type from PersistAction in tests.

[2.5.2] - 2020/01/28 #

  • Errors queue is cloned in TestInfo.

[2.5.1] - 2020/01/26 #

  • NavigateAction.pushNamedAndRemoveUntil.

[2.5.0] - 2020/01/20 #

  • Breaking change: The StoreConnector's shouldUpdateModel parameter now functions properly. If you are using this, make sure you return true to apply changes (the default when the parameter is not defined), and false to ignore model changes.

[2.4.4] - 2019/01/13 #

  • StoreTester dispatchFuture.

[2.4.3] - 2019/01/11 #

  • Small UserExceptionDialog web fix.

[2.4.2] - 2019/12/18 #

  • TestInfo.type now returns generic NavigateAction and UserExceptionAction, to play well with the StoreTester.

[2.4.1] - 2019/12/10 #

  • Breaking change: Global WrapError, if defined, now receives all errors, including UserExceptions.

[2.3.3] - 2019/12/07 #

  • iOS specific dialog for UserExceptions.

[2.3.2] - 2019/11/28 #

  • Docs improvement.

[2.3.0] - 2019/11/19 #

  • Global ignore in the StoreTester constructor.
  • Better treatment of wrap-errors that throw.
  • Breaking change: LocalPersist (instead of Saver/Loader).

[2.2.0] - 2019/11/15 #

  • Breaking change: PersistObserver became Persistor (and other renames).
  • PersistorPrinterDecorator. PersistorDummy.

[2.1.9] - 2019/11/12 #

  • Saver/Loader.

[2.1.4] - 2019/11/10 #

  • PersistObserver.

[2.1.3] - 2019/10/30 #

  • Removed deprecated ignoreChange. Use shouldUpdateModel instead.

[2.1.0] - 2019/10/27 #

  • Better translations support for UserException.
  • Global WrapError in the store.

[2.0.6] - 2019/10/07 #

  • Added sync_async_test.dart
  • Doc warning about async reducer returning completed future (missing await).

[2.0.5] - 2019/10/05 #

  • Better typing of StoreProvider.dispatch and StoreProvider.dispatchFuture.

[2.0.4] - 2019/10/01 #

  • StoreTester.waitUntilError and waitUntilErrorGetLast.

[2.0.3] - 2019/09/21 #

  • NavigateAction tests.
  • Navigation arguments.

[2.0.2] - 2019/09/21 #

  • UserExceptionAction.

[2.0.1] - 2019/09/19 #

  • Fix: UserException.dialogContent accepts String as cause.

[2.0.0] - 2019/09/17 #

  • Breaking change: ErrorObserver API.
  • StoreTester parameter: shouldThrowUserExceptions ( see issue).

[1.4.3] - 2019/09/15 #

  • Alternative: Use AsyncRedux with Provider (package provider_for_redux).

[1.4.1] - 2019/09/06 #

  • Flutter Awesome badge, and Pub badge.

[1.4.0] - 2019/09/02 #

  • Fix: dispatchFuture getter in ReduxAction.

[1.3.9] - 2019/08/31 #

  • NavigateAction.navigatorKey getter.

[1.3.8] - 2019/08/30 #

  • Alternatives to the Connector (StoreProvider static methods).
  • Waiting until an Action is finished (dispatchFuture).

[1.3.7] - 2019/08/28 #

  • ModelObserver and DefaultModelObserver.

[1.3.5] - 2019/08/27 #

  • README improvement.

[1.3.3] - 2019/08/26 #

  • StoreConnector's converter and model parameters.

[1.2.3] - 2019/08/23 #

  • StoreTester timeout message.

[1.2.0] - 2019/08/22 #

  • Doc improvement. StoreTester improvements.

[1.1.3] - 2019/08/21 #

  • StoreTester: waitCondition and waitConditionGetLast.

[1.1.2] - 2019/08/13 #

  • README improvement.

[1.1.1] - 2019/08/10 #

  • Ignore actions in the StoreTester.

[1.1.0] - 2019/08/07 #

  • Correct stacktrace for unwrapped action errors.

[1.0.9] - 2019/08/07 #

  • Error message improvement.

[1.0.4] - 2019/08/05 #

  • Store tester.

[1.0.0] - 2019/08/05 #

  • Initial commit.
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