easy_model 1.0.1

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A simple flutter state management package, can use global and local management

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đŸ’ŧ easy_model #

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A simple flutter state management package, supporting local state management and global state management

  • support initState() and dispose()
  • Support global access to Model objects

🚀 Getting Started #

Before the introduction, you can have a try for Online Demo

🔑 Useage #

First define your Model object

class YourModel extends Model {
  @override
  void initState() {...}

  @override
  void dispose() {...}

  int value = 0;
}

When you want to use it in combination with a Widget or Page, you can do like this

ModelWidget<YourModel>(
  childBuilder: (ctx, model) => YourWidgetOrPage(),
  modelBuilder: () => YourModel(),
),

🔄 Get data and refresh #

get data

final model = ModelGroup.findModel<YourModel>();

refresh

model.refresh();

📃 Same pages and models #

If you have the following usage scenarios

Using ModelGroup.findModel <T> () is unable to get the Model object corresponding to eachPage

Then you can use ModelGroup.findModelByKey <T> (modelKey) to obtain the corresponding Model, but it should be noted that a different modelKey must be specified when creatingModelWidget

ModelWidget<YourModel>(
  childBuilder: (ctx, model) => YourWidgetOrPage(),
  modelBuilder: () => YourModel(),
  modelKey: 'YourModelKey'
),

///get model
final model = ModelGroup.findModelByKey<YourModel>('YourModelKey');

đŸĻ‹ Partial refresh #

With the new ModelWidget and the new Model, you can achieve the effect of partial refresh, but if you think that Model is created too frequently, then you can use PartModelWidget to achieve partial refresh

ModelWidget<YourModel>(
  childBuilder: (ctx, model) => YourWidgetOrPage(),
  modelBuilder: () => YourModel(),
  modelKey: 'YourModelKey'
)


class YourWidgetOrPage extends StatelessWidget{

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
      return Column(
          children: <Widget>[
            ChildOne(),
            ChildTwo(),
            PartModelWidget<YourModel>(
              childBuilder: (ctx,YourModel model) => ChildThree(),
              partKey: 'YourKey',
            ),
          ],
        );
  }
}

In the above example, if you want to refresh ChildThree() separately, you can achieve it by calling the following method

model.refreshPart('YourKey')

This avoids frequent creation of Model. If multiple PartModelWidget correspond to the same partKey, they can be refreshed together every time they are refreshed!

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A simple flutter state management package, can use global and local management

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