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Flutter Page Transition Package which is the transition second page

Flutter Page Transition Package #

This package gives you beautiful page transitions.

flutter platform pub package BSD-2-Clause

Demo #

Usage #

It is really easy to use! You should ensure that you add the page_transition as a dependency in your flutter project.

dependencies:
  page_transition: "^2.1.0"

Would you prefer a video tutorial instead? Check out (Johannes Milke's tutorial) [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-e5t3qnB_M&t=1s]

Than you can use it with below examples.

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.fade, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.leftToRight, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeft, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeft, child: DetailScreen(), isIos: true));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.topToBottom, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.bottomToTop, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.scale, alignment: Alignment.bottomCenter, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.size, alignment: Alignment.bottomCenter, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rotate, duration: Duration(second: 1), child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeftWithFade, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.leftToRightWithFade, child: DetailScreen()));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.leftToRightJoined, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeftJoined, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.topToBottomJoined, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.bottomToTopJoined, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.leftToRightPop, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeftPop, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.topToBottomPop, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Navigator.push(context, PageTransition(type: PageTransitionType.bottomToTopPop, child: DetailScreen(), childCurrent: this));

Usage for predefined routes #

First, define the onGenerateRoute property in the MaterialApp widget like below and in switch cases you can transition to your new routes:

  onGenerateRoute: (settings) {
    switch (settings.name) {
      case '/second':
        return PageTransition(child: SecondPage(), type: PageTransitionType.scale);
        break;
      default:
        return null;
    }
  },

After that you can use your new route like this:

Navigator.pushNamed(context, '/second');

Usage predefined routes with RouteSettings #

First, define the onGenerateRoute property in the MaterialApp widget like below and in switch cases you can transition to your new routes:

   onGenerateRoute: (settings) {
        switch (settings.name) {
          case '/second':
            return PageTransition(
              child: SecondPage(),
              type: PageTransitionType.scale,
              settings: settings,
            );
            break;
          default:
            return null;
        }
      },

After that you can use your new route like this:

Navigator.pushNamed(context, '/second', arguments: "arguments data");

for more detail you can look example project.

Usage routes with Inherited Theme #

set ctx with BuildContext. ctx mandatory when inheritTheme set to true

Navigator.push(
      context,
      PageTransition(
        type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeft,
        child: TargetPage(),
        inheritTheme: true,
        ctx: context),
);

Do you want use theme transitions ? #

set type to PageTransitionType.theme and you will use your own theme transitions.

Navigator.push(
      context,
      PageTransition(
        type: PageTransitionType.theme,
        child: TargetPage(),
       ),
);

### Usage routes with IOS Swipe Back

set `isIos` to `true`

```dart
Navigator.push(
      context,
      PageTransition(
        type: PageTransitionType.rightToLeft,
        child: TargetPage(),
        isIos: true,
       ),
);

Note: IOS swipe back can only use for rightToLeft and fade transition

Types of transitions #

  • fade
  • rightToLeft
  • leftToRight
  • topToBottom
  • bottomToTop
  • scale (with alignment)
  • rotate (with alignment)
  • size (with alignment)
  • rightToLeftWithFade
  • leftToRightWithFade
  • leftToRightJoined
  • rightToLeftJoined
  • topToBottomJoined
  • bottomToTopJoined
  • leftToRightPop
  • rightToLeftPop
  • topToBottomPop
  • bottomToTopPop

Curves #

You can use any type of CurvedAnimation curves.

Alignments #

You can use size, scale and rotate transform alignment

Contributing #

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.

License #

BSD 2-Clause

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Flutter Page Transition Package which is the transition second page

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