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The brightest, hippest, coolest router for Flutter.

The brightest, hippest, coolest router for Flutter.

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Features #

  • Simple route navigation
  • Function handlers (map to a function instead of a route)
  • Wildcard parameter matching
  • Querystring parameter parsing
  • Common transitions built-in
  • Simple custom transition creation

Version compatability #

In general we try not to introduce breaking changes but version 1.1 did introduce a breaking change in order to support function handlers. As such, you will need to change all of your route handler definitions to use the new Handler class. The RouteHandler definition has now been removed.

Swapping out the handlers should be as simple as changing:

RouteHandler usersHandler = (Map<String, String> params) {}


var usersHandler = new Handler(handlerFunc: (BuildContext context, Map<String, dynamic> params) {});

Getting started #

You should ensure that you add the router as a dependency in your flutter project.

 fluro: "^1.1.0"

You can also reference the git repo directly if you want:

   git: git://github.com/goposse/fluro.git

You should then run flutter packages upgrade or update your packages in IntelliJ.

Example Project #

There is a pretty sweet example project in the example folder. Check it out. Otherwise, keep reading to get up and running.

Setting up #

First, you should define a new Router object by initializing it as such:

final router = new Router();

It may be convenient for you to store the router globally/statically so that you can access the router in other areas in your application.

After instantiating the router, you will need to define your routes and your route handlers:

var usersHandler = new Handler(handlerFunc: (BuildContext context, Map<String, dynamic> params) {
  return new UsersScreen(params["id"]);

void defineRoutes(Router router) {
  router.define("/users/:id", handler: usersHandler);

In the above example, the router will intercept a route such as /users/1234 and route the application to the UsersScreen passing the value 1234 as a parameter to that screen.

You can use the Router with the MaterialApp.onGenerateRoute parameter via the Router.generator function. To do so, pass the function reference to the onGenerate parameter like: onGenerateRoute: router.generator.

You can then use Navigator.push and the flutter routing mechanism will match the routes for you.

You can also manually push to a route yourself. To do so:

router.navigateTo(context, "/users/1234",
    transition: TransitionType.fadeIn);

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