A wrapper on top of simple dialog provided by flutter.
Getting Started #
|title||Widget||null||The (optional) title of the dialog is displayed in a large font at the top of the dialog.|
|subTitle||Widget||null||The (optional) subtitle of the dialog is displayed below title of the dialog.|
|content||Widget||null||The (optional) content of the dialog is displayed in the center of the dialog in a lighter font.|
|actions||List||null||The (optional) set of actions that are displayed at the bottom of the dialog.|
|children||List||null||The (optional) content of the dialog is displayed in a [SingleChildScrollView] underneath the title.|
|headerColor||Color||null||The (optional) header color is displayed in the header background.|
|backButtonColor||Color||Colors.white||The (optional) back button color. By default its set to white.|
|closeButtonColor||Color||Colors.white||The (optional) close button color. By default its set to white.|
|onBackButtonClicked||VoidCallback||null||A callback function to get back button event from dialog. If back button is enabled this callback has to be provided in-order to get callbacks.|
|onCloseButtonClicked||VoidCallback||null||A callback function to get close button event from dialog. If close button is enabled this callback has to be provided in-order to get callbacks.|
|enableBackButton||bool||false||The (optional) value to enable/disable back button for a dialog.|
|enableCloseButton||bool||false||The (optional) value to enable/disable close button for a dialog.|
|enableFullWidth||bool||true||The (optional) value to stretch dialog to its max width.|
|enableFullHeight||bool||false||The (optional) value to stretch dialog to its max height.|
|borderRadius||double||10.0||The (optional) border radius of a dialog. by default its 10.0.|
[0.0.1] - 11-Sep-2019.
- Released package.
[0.0.2] - 11-Sep-2019.
- added custom layout
- added header color
- added back button and listener
- added close button and listener
- added border radius
- added enable/disable back and close button
[0.0.3] - 12-Sep-2019.
- added divider for actions
[0.0.4] - 12-Sep-2019.
- added readme.md file
[0.0.5] - 12-Sep-2019.
- updated onBackClick -> onBackButtonClicked
- updated onCloseClick -> onCloseButtonClicked
- added check for empty space in portrait mode
[0.0.6] - 16-Sep-2019.
- fixed title padding
[0.0.7] - 26-Sep-2019.
- added support for background color
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Getting Started #
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1. Depend on it
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: material_dialog: ^0.0.7
2. Install it
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3. Import it
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We analyzed this package on Nov 15, 2019, and provided a score, details, and suggestions below. Analysis was completed with status completed using:
- Dart: 2.6.0
- pana: 0.12.21
- Flutter: 1.9.1+hotfix.6
Detected platforms: Flutter
References Flutter, and has no conflicting libraries.
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Homepage URL doesn't exist. (-20 points)
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