loading_screen 1.0.1+1

[discontinued]

A Flutter plugin to easily display and dispose standard or custom loading screens anywhere in your app.

Loading Screen #

This plugin is discontinued, please see Overlay Screen #

A Flutter plugin to easily display and dispose standard or custom loading screens anywhere in your app.

NOTE: This package was made with Flutter 1.17 and Dart 2.8, make sure you have your environment within the version range.

environment:
  sdk: ">=2.7.0 <3.0.0"
  flutter: ">=1.10.0"

Getting Started #

To use this plugin, add loading_screen as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file. For example:

dependencies:
  loading_screen: ^1.0.1+1

Usage #

Import the package:

import 'package:loading_screen/loading_screen.dart';

NOTE: It's not necessary to set a variable of the class like:

LoadingScreen loading = LoadingScreen();

You can just call the LoadingScreen() class and use its methods like:

LoadingScreen().begin(context);

Functions #

  • begin

This method displays a standard loading screen, just send the context parameter. The rest of the parameters are optional and personalize the screen a little.

LoadingScreen().begin(
  BuildContext context,
  child: Widget,
  message: String,
  messageStyle: TextStyle,
  backgroundColor: Color,
);
  • saveCustomWidgets

This method takes a Map<String, CustomLoadingScreen()>to save it and allows you to use it later with the beginCustom method.

LoadingScreen().saveCustomWidgets({
  String: CustomLoadingScreen(
    child: Widget, 
    backgroundColor: Color,
  ),
  String: CustomLoadingScreen(
    child: Widget, 
    backgroundColor: Color,
  ),
  String: CustomLoadingScreen(
    child: Widget, 
    backgroundColor: Color,
  ),
  ...
});
  • beginCustom

This method is like the begin method but will display a customLoadingScreen saved that is selected by identifier parameter.

LoadingScreen().beginCustom(BuildContext context, identifier: String);
  • end

This method dispose the loading screen.

LoadingScreen().end();
  • state

LoadScreen also has the state getter to know if something is loading when it is Load.processing or nothing is loading when it is Load.closed.

LoadingScreen().state;

License #

MIT License

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A Flutter plugin to easily display and dispose standard or custom loading screens anywhere in your app.

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