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Most simple and stable ui update instrument

Bolter - Dart State Management Solution #

Bolter is an innovative state management library for Flutter, tailored for speed and efficiency. It leverages mutable variables alongside their hashcodes to intelligently determine when UI updates are necessary, ensuring a fast and responsive user experience.

Features #

  • Efficient State Management: Bolter uses mutable variables and hashcode comparison to reduce unnecessary UI rebuilds, updating only when required.

  • State Listener Optimization: Register state listeners with ease. Bolter ensures only relevant widgets are updated, minimizing performance overhead.

  • Lifecycle Management: Bolter automatically manages listener lifecycle, attaching and detaching them in sync with widget lifecycle events.

  • Presenter Pattern Integration: The library employs a presenter pattern, cleanly separating business logic from UI, resulting in more maintainable code.

  • Async Operation Handling: Bolter's perform method seamlessly handles asynchronous operations, updating state and notifying listeners upon completion, while also managing loading states and errors.

  • Disposed State Check: The perform method includes a check for the disposed state of the presenter, preventing state updates on widgets that are no longer in the widget tree, thus avoiding memory leaks and unnecessary operations.

  • Performance Logging: For debugging, Bolter can log the performance of state updates, aiding in identifying bottlenecks.

  • Boilerplate Reduction: By simplifying state management, Bolter allows developers to write more concise and readable code.

Example Usage #

class MyPresenter extends Presenter<MyPresenter> {
  int _counter = 0;

  int get counter => _counter;

  void incrementSync() {
    perform(action: () => _counter++);
  }

  void incrementAsync() {
    perform(
      action: () async {
        await Future.delayed(const Duration(milliseconds: 500));
        _counter++;
      },
      methodSignature: incrementAsync, // Optional: use for identifying the method in processing checks.
    );
  }

  @override
  void dispose() {
    // Custom disposal logic can go here.
    super.dispose();
  }
}

class CounterWidget extends StatelessWidget with PresenterMixin<MyPresenter> {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    final myPresenter = presenter(context);

    return Column(
      children: [
        BolterBuilder<int>(
          getter: () => myPresenter.counter,
          builder: (context, counter) => Text('Counter: $counter'),
        ),
        ElevatedButton(
          onPressed: myPresenter.incrementSync,
          child: Text('Increment Sync'),
        ),
        ElevatedButton(
          onPressed: () {
            if (!myPresenter.processing(myPresenter.incrementAsync)) {
              myPresenter.incrementAsync();
            }
          },
          child: Text('Increment Async'),
        ),
      ],
    );
  }
}

In this example, MyPresenter provides synchronous and asynchronous methods to increment a counter, demonstrating the use of the perform method. It also illustrates how to check if an async operation is currently processing before invoking it again.

Getting Started #

To use Bolter in your Flutter application, add it to your project as a dependency. Then, explore the documentation and examples to integrate Bolter into your app effectively.

Contribution #

We welcome contributions! If you've identified an improvement or want to contribute code, please submit an issue or a pull request.

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Most simple and stable ui update instrument

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License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

equatable, flutter

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