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multi_state_bloc allows you to easily use different states in one bloc.

multi_state_bloc 0.0.3 #

multi_state_bloc is a straightforward solution allowing you to manage substates easily instead of creating one bloc for each state. It is only an abstract class that extends bloc.

Why & How ? #

Each time you emit a state, the view is notified and the state is stored in the bloc and you can easily retrieve the last emitted state by looking at the state property of the bloc.

State classes will grow over time and become more and more complex (constructor, copyWith, props ...) and you could split the state class into several sub-state classes. But flutter_block can manage one state at a time.

So if state A is issued, then state B, the overall state of the Bloc will be B and there is no way to retrieve A except by reinstantiating it or keeping it in memory.

This is what multi_state_bloc does ! It keeps in memory a reference to the states and it allows you to easily retrieve these states. In addition, as soon as a state is emitted, it is intercepted and automatically updated internally. So you don't have to worry about anything.

Usage #

Inherit your bloc from MultiStateBloc. This the class responsible for keeping your states in memory.

    class Event {} 
    class BaseState {}
    class ConcreteStateA extends BaseState {}
    class ConcreteStateB extends BaseState {}
    class TestBloc extends MultiStateBloc<Event, BaseState> { 

Then register the events and states the bloc will have to use during his lifetime.

    class TestBloc extends MultiStateBloc<Event, BaseState> { 
        TestBloc(super.initialState) {
            holdState(() => ConcreteStateA());
            holdState(() => ConcreteStateB());


All states registered by holdState() should inherit from the same base class.

Retrieving state inside your bloc #

    FutureOr<void> handleTest(event, emit) async {
        var stateA = states<ConcreteStateA>();

Retrieving state inside your view #

    BlocBuilder<TestBloc, BaseState>(
        builder: (context, state) {
            final bloc =<TestBloc>();
            final stateA = bloc.states<ConcreteStateA>();

Filtering build requests #

    BlocBuilder<TestBloc, BaseState>(
        buildWhen: (prev, next) => next is ConcreteStateA,
        builder: (context, state) {
            var stateA = state as ConcreteStateA;
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