flutter_treeview 0.6.0+1
flutter_treeview: ^0.6.0+1

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A tree widget for Flutter that can be used to display nested, hierarchical data. It includes a number of features like styling labels, icons, and import and export utilities.

flutter_treeview #

A hierarchical data widget for your flutter apps.

It offers a number of options for customizing the appearance and handling user interaction.

It also offers some convenience methods for importing data into the tree.

Features #

  • Separately customize child and parent labels
  • Add any icon to a node
  • Choose from four different expander icons and several modifiers for adjusting shape, outline, and fill.
  • Import data from a Map
  • Includes ability to handle expandChange, tap, and double tap user interactions
  • Includes convenience methods for adding, updating and deleting nodes

Sample Code #

Creating a TreeView #

List<Node> nodes = [
 Node(
   label: 'Documents',
   key: 'docs',
   expanded: true,
   icon: NodeIcon(
     codePoint:
         docsOpen ? Icons.folder_open.codePoint : Icons.folder.codePoint,
     color: "blue",
   ),
   children: [
     Node(
         label: 'Job Search',
         key: 'd3',
         icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.input),
         children: [
           Node(
               label: 'Resume.docx',
               key: 'pd1',
               icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.insert_drive_file)),
           Node(
               label: 'Cover Letter.docx',
               key: 'pd2',
               icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.insert_drive_file)),
         ]),
     Node(
       label: 'Inspection.docx',
       key: 'd1',
     ),
     Node(
         label: 'Invoice.docx',
         key: 'd2',
         icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.insert_drive_file)),
   ],
 ),
 Node(
     label: 'MeetingReport.xls',
     key: 'mrxls',
     icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.insert_drive_file)),
 Node(
     label: 'MeetingReport.pdf',
     key: 'mrpdf',
     icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.insert_drive_file)),
 Node(
     label: 'Demo.zip',
     key: 'demo',
     icon: NodeIcon.fromIconData(Icons.archive)),
];
TreeViewController _treeViewController = TreeViewController(children: nodes);
TreeView(
  controller: _treeViewController,
  allowParentSelect: false,
  supportParentDoubleTap: false,
  onExpansionChanged: _expandNodeHandler,
  onNodeTap: (key) {
    setState(() {
      _treeViewController = _treeViewController.copyWith(selectedKey: key);
    });
  },
  theme: treeViewTheme
),

_The TreeView requires that the onExpansionChange property updates the expanded node so that the tree is rendered properly.

Creating a theme #

TreeViewTheme _treeViewTheme = TreeViewTheme(
  expanderTheme: ExpanderThemeData(
    type: ExpanderType.caret,
    modifier: ExpanderModifier.none,
    position: ExpanderPosition.start,
    color: Colors.red.shade800,
    size: 20,
  ),
  labelStyle: TextStyle(
    fontSize: 16,
    letterSpacing: 0.3,
  ),
  parentLabelStyle: TextStyle(
    fontSize: 16,
    letterSpacing: 0.1,
    fontWeight: FontWeight.w800,
    color: Colors.red.shade600,
  ),
  iconTheme: IconThemeData(
    size: 18,
    color: Colors.grey.shade800,
  ),
  colorScheme: ColorScheme.light(),
)

Using custom data #

The Node class supports the use of custom data. You can use the data property on the Node instance to store data that you want to easily retrieve.

class Person {
  final String name;
  final List<Animal> pets;

  Person({this.name, this.pets});
}

class Animal {
  final String name;

  Animal({this.name});
}

Animal otis = Animal(name: 'Otis');
Animal zorro = Animal(name: 'Zorro');
Person lukas = Person(name: 'Lukas', pets: [otis, zorro]);

List<Node> nodes = [
  Node<Person>(
    label: 'Lukas',
    key: 'lukas',
    data: lukas,
    children: [
      Node<Animal>(
        label: 'Otis',
        key: 'otis',
        data: otis,
      ),      
      //<T> is optional but recommended
      Node(
        label: 'Zorro',
        key: 'zorro',
        data: zorro,
      ),
    ]
  ),
];
TreeViewController _treeViewController = TreeViewController(children: nodes);
TreeView(
  controller: _treeViewController,
  onNodeTap: (key) {
    Node selectedNode = _treeViewController.getNode(key);
    Person selectedModel = selectedNode.data;
  },
),

Getting Started #

For help getting started with this widget, view our online documentation or view the full API reference.

For help getting started with Flutter, view our online documentation, which offers tutorials, samples, guidance on mobile development, and a full API reference.

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A tree widget for Flutter that can be used to display nested, hierarchical data. It includes a number of features like styling labels, icons, and import and export utilities.

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License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

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