flutter_cache_manager_hive: ^0.0.9 copied to clipboard
flutter_cache_manager implementation for hive.
You should register
CacheObjectAdapter during hive initalization and pass a box to the
HiveCacheManager - this box will be where cache information will be stored.
/// register with the number of your choice (or default) Hive.registerAdapter(CacheObjectAdapter(typeId: 42)) /// provide the caching box final box = Hive.openBox('image_cache_info.hive'); /// finally whenever you are using cached network image library: CachedNetworkImage( imageUrl: "http://via.placeholder.com/350x150", placeholder: (context, url) => CircularProgressIndicator(), errorWidget: (context, url, error) => Icon(Icons.error), cacheManager: HiveCacheManager(box: box) // this is a singleton factory )
What this cache manager does is improving access time for cache information. It doesn't change how image binary data is loaded or saved.
The following results are generated by benchmark app included in this repo on Pixel 3.