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A light weight library to easily manage a progress dialog with simple steps whenever you need to do it. You can easily show and hide it.

progress_dialog #

A light weight package to show progress dialog. As it is a stateful widget, you can change the text shown on the dialog dynamically.

Thank you for being a user of this package, this package is discontinued due to serveral reasons, please find the other library which you can use to accomplish the task which this package does and I believe that package will be more helpful. Please find the repo link here for OTS (Over the screen)

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Supported Dart Versions #

Dart SDK version >= 2.7.0

Demo #

Normal dialog Demo Download dialog Demo

Installation #

Pub

Add the Package

dependencies:
  progress_dialog: ^1.2.4

How to use #

Import the package in your dart file

import 'package:progress_dialog/progress_dialog.dart';

Create and initialise a ProgressDialog object inside the build() method passing context to it

  1. Initialize the ProgressDialog object
    final ProgressDialog pr = ProgressDialog(context);
    
  2. By default it is a normal dialog to show some message, if you would like to use it to show percentage of progress done, specify the optional type parameter and specify if you want your dialog to dismiss when back button is pressed isDismissible parameter (Optional)
    //For normal dialog
    pr = ProgressDialog(context,type: ProgressDialogType.Normal, isDismissible: true/false, showLogs: true/false);
        
    //For showing progress percentage
    pr =  ProgressDialog(context,type: ProgressDialogType.Download, isDismissible: true/false, showLogs: true/false);
    
  3. > Note: Please initialize the ```ProgressDialog```, where you have availability of the context
  4. Style the progress dialog (Optional)
    pr.style(
      message: 'Downloading file...',
      borderRadius: 10.0,
      backgroundColor: Colors.white,
      progressWidget: CircularProgressIndicator(),
      elevation: 10.0,
      insetAnimCurve: Curves.easeInOut,
      progress: 0.0,
      textDirection: TextDirection.rtl,
      maxProgress: 100.0,
      progressTextStyle: TextStyle(
         color: Colors.black, fontSize: 13.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w400),
      messageTextStyle: TextStyle(
         color: Colors.black, fontSize: 19.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w600)
      );
    
    Note: You don't need to use all parameters, all of them are optional
    
  5. Showing the progress dialog
    await pr.show();
    
  6. Dynamically update the content shown out there
    pr.update(
      progress: 50.0,
      message: "Please wait...",
      progressWidget: Container(
        padding: EdgeInsets.all(8.0), child: CircularProgressIndicator()),
      maxProgress: 100.0,
      progressTextStyle: TextStyle(
        color: Colors.black, fontSize: 13.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w400),
      messageTextStyle: TextStyle(
        color: Colors.black, fontSize: 19.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w600),
      );
    
    Note: You don't need to use all parameters, all of them are optional
    
  7. Dismissing the progress dialog
    pr.hide().then((isHidden) {
      print(isHidden);
    });
    
    // or
    await pr.hide();
    

Navigating to next screens must be done after the completion of Future - hide(). See here for example

Check if progress dialog is showing #

bool isProgressDialogShowing = pr.isShowing();
print(isProgressDialogShowing);

Use custom body #

    pr = ProgressDialog(
      context,
      type: ProgressDialogType.Normal,
      isDismissible: true,
      /// your body here
      customBody: LinearProgressIndicator(
        valueColor: AlwaysStoppedAnimation<Color>(Colors.blueAccent),
        backgroundColor: Colors.white,
      ),
    );

Demo #

Normal dialog Demo Download dialog Demo

Default configuration/styles #

If you don't like to configure/style the dialog and continue with the default style, it's okay but just have a look at our default configuration.

Attribute Value
Dismissible true
ProgressDialogType ProgressDialogType.Normal
BackgroundColor Colors.white
BorderRadius RoundedRectangularBorder(radius: 8.0)
AnimationCurve Curves.easeInOut
Elevation 8.0
ProgressWidget Double_rings_loding_indicator
MessageTextStyle color: Colors.black, fontSize: 19.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w600
ProgressTextStyle color: Colors.black, fontSize: 13.0, fontWeight: FontWeight.w400
showLogs false

Well let's discuss limits for configuring it

Attribute Can be updated during instantiating Can be updated during styling Can be updated during dialog is shown
Dismissible Yes No No
ProgressDialogType Yes No No
BackgroundColor No Yes No
BorderRadius No Yes No
AnimationCurve No Yes No
Elevation No Yes No
ProgressWidget No Yes Yes
MessageTextStyle No Yes Yes
ProgressTextStyle No Yes Yes
ShowLogs Yes No No

Want to contribute? #

Pull requests and issues are always welcome!

How to contribute?

  1. Fork the repository
  2. Clone it to your local machine
  3. Open the project in your favourite editor
  4. Open cmd/terminal and run flutter clean and then flutter packages get
  5. Make the changes
  6. Create a Pull Request

View the issues here

This library is only tested for Android, iOS contributors are most welcome


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