beagle_components 0.9.2-alpha
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Beagle Components is a set of tools and components to be used with the Beagle package.

Beagle Components #

This library provides the Beagle's base components. It is currently in alpha stage, and some components are yet to be implemented. We welcome any help from the community in making improvements to the components with features that are missing. At the end of this document you can find the session "State of development" where we show everything we have yet to do before releasing a stable version.

Versioning #

Every alpha and beta version of Beagle Flutter will follow the pattern 0.x.y, where x is the version of Beagle Web it's based on and y is every subsequent version where x would be the same.

In the version number, x refers to a version of the Beagle Web, because Beagle Flutter uses this lib under the hood.

Null safety compatibility #

For now, we'll not support null safety for the alpha versions, however this is a high priority implementation and should be available in future versions.

Installation #

  1. Open the file pubspec.yaml in the root of your project.
  2. Under dependencies, add beagle_components: ^0.9.0-alpha, or whatever the most recent version is.
  3. In your IDE (Android Studio or Visual Studio Code), click pub get. Or, from the terminal, type flutter pub get.

Usage #

It's quite simple to use the Beagle Components library. Follow the steps bellow to be able to use it.

1. The configuration #

There is no configuration required to use the Beagle Components library, but it is expected to use it with the Beagle library. To learn how to configure Beagle, please check the documentation for the Beagle Initialization.

2. Using Beagle Components #

To use this library with Beagle, open the file lib/main.dart, import package:beagle/beagle.dart and package:beagle_components/beagle_components.dart as well. After that, inside the main function, before rendering anything, call BeagleSdk.init passing the baseUrl param with the components: defaultComponents. See the example below:

import 'package:beagle/beagle.dart';
import 'package:beagle_components/beagle_components.dart';

void main() {
    baseUrl: '',
    components: defaultComponents,
  // runApp();

3. Rendering a remote widget #

To render a Beagle Widget, you must use the component BeagleWidget which is provided by the Beagle Library. This widget requires a single parameter, the screenRequest, which specifies the request to fetch the first server-driven view of the flow. See the example below:

import 'package:beagle/beagle.dart';
import 'package:beagle_components/beagle_components.dart';
import 'package:flutter/foundation.dart';
import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

void main() {
    baseUrl: '',
    components: defaultComponents,
  runApp(const BeagleSampleApp());

class BeagleSampleApp extends StatelessWidget {
  const BeagleSampleApp({Key key}) : super(key: key);

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return MaterialApp(
      title: 'Beagle Sample',
      home: Scaffold(
        body: BeagleWidget(
          screenRequest: BeagleScreenRequest('welcome'),

Current state of development #

Currently in alpha. It'll be moved to beta as soon as we have every layout tool (Yoga) working as expected. Here's a list of every feature we need to release a stable version of Beagle Flutter and its status.

It's important to reiterate that Beagle is an open source project and every help is welcomed!

Default components #

todo: check

pub points

Beagle Components is a set of tools and components to be used with the Beagle package.

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