colorize 0.1.2

Colorize #

Colorize console output in dart console apps!

Install #

Add dependency to your pubspec.yaml:

colorize: any

Run

pub get

Usage #

Import package:

import 'package:colorize/colorize.dart';

You have two way to colorize your string:

  • use class Colorize
  • use top-level function color()

Use Colorize

For colorize string with Colorize class you should create object of type Colorize:

Colorize string = new Colorize("This is my string!");

Then you can call methods of Colorize.

Text color

  • default()
  • black()
  • red()
  • green()
  • yellow()
  • blue()
  • magenta()
  • cyan()
  • lightGray()
  • darkGray()
  • lightRed()
  • lightGreen()
  • lightYellow()
  • lightBlue()
  • lightMagenta()
  • lightCyan()
  • white()

Background color

  • bgDefault()
  • bgBlack()
  • bgRed()
  • bgGreen()
  • bgYellow()
  • bgBlue()
  • bgMagenta()
  • bgCyan()
  • bgLightGray()
  • bgDarkGray()
  • bgLightRed()
  • bgLightGreen()
  • bgLightYellow()
  • bgLightBlue()
  • bgLightMagenta()
  • bgLightCyan()
  • bgWhite()

Formatting

  • reset()
  • bold()
  • dark()
  • italic()
  • underline()
  • blink()
  • reverse()
  • concealed()

After apply styles to string you can print it to console:

print(string);

Use top-level function color()

Top-level function color apply one required parameter - String text. It is text, that would be print on console.

Also top-level function color has seven named parameters:

  • String front - name of front color (you can also use the constants of class Styles). Default value is ''.
  • String back: name of background color (you can also use the constants of class Styles). Default value is ''.
  • bool isUnderline - default value is false.
  • bool isBold - default value is false.
  • bool isDark - default value is false.
  • bool isItalic - default value is false.
  • bool isReverse - default value is false.

Example of usage

color("Bold Italic Underline", front: Styles.RED, isBold: true, isItalic: true, isUnderline: true);

Class Styles

Class Styles contains constants with color's names.

Use this package as a library

1. Depend on it

Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:


dependencies:
  colorize: ^0.1.2

2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

with pub:


$ pub get

Alternatively, your editor might support pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:


import 'package:colorize/colorize.dart';
  
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