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A simple way to access state from anywhere in your application while robust and testable.

0.13.0 #

  • stable null-safety release
  • ProviderObserver can now have a const constructor
  • Added the mechanism for state-inspection using the Flutter devtool
  • loosened the version constraints of freezed_annotation
  • deprecated import 'riverpod/all.dart'. Now everything is available with riverpod/riverpod.dart.
  • Fixed a but where listening to StreamProvider.last could result in a StateError (#217)

0.13.0-nullsafety.3 #

  • deprecated import 'riverpod/all.dart'. Now everything is available with riverpod/riverpod.dart.

0.13.0-nullsafety.1 #

  • Fixed a but where listening to StreamProvider.last could result in a StateError (#217)

0.13.0-nullsafety.0 #

Migrated to null-safety

0.12.2 #

  • Exported AutoDisposeProviderReference

0.12.1 #

0.12.0 #

0.11.2 #

0.11.0 #

  • package:riverpod/riverpod.dart now exports StateNotifier
  • Marked the providers with @sealed so that the IDE warns against implementing/subclassing providers.
  • Fix mistakes in AsyncValue.guard's documentation (thanks @mono0926)
  • Loosened the version constraints of freezed_annotation to support 0.12.0

0.10.0 #

  • Fixed a bug where the state of a provider may be disposed when it shouldn't be disposed.

  • Added a way to import the implementation class of providers with modifiers, such as AutoDisposeProvider.

    This is useful if you want to use Riverpod with the lint always_specify_types:

    import 'package:riverpod/all.dart';
    
    final AutoDisposeStateProvider<int> counter = StateProvider.autoDispose<int>((ProviderReference ref) {
      return 0;
    });
    

    If you do not use this lint, prefer using the default import instead, to not pollute your auto-complete.

0.8.0 #

0.7.0 #

0.6.1 #

  • Fixed a bug where when disposing ProviderContainer, providers may be disposed in an incorrect order.
  • Improved the performances of reading providers by 25%

0.6.0 #

  • Merged Computed and Provider. Now, all providers have the ability to rebuild their state when one of the object they listen changed.

    To migrate, change:

    final provider = Provider(...);
    final example = Computed((watch) {
      final value = watch(provider);
      return value;
    });
    

    into:

    final provider = Provider(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      final value = ref.watch(provider);
      return value;
    });
    
  • Computed (now Provider) no-longer deeply compare collections to avoid rebuilds. Comparing the content of lists is quite expensive and actually rarely useful. Now, a simple == comparison is used.

  • Renamed ProviderStateOwner to ProviderContainer

  • Renamed ProviderStateOwnerObserver to ProviderObserver

  • It is no-longer possible to override a provider anywhere in the widget tree. Providers can only be overriden in the top-most ProviderContainer.

  • Providers can now read values which may change over time using ref.read and ref.watch. When using ref.watch, if the value obtained changes, this will cause the provider to re-create its state.

  • It is no-longer possible to add ProviderObserver anywhere in the widget tree. They can be added only on the top-most ProviderContainer.

  • Added ProviderContainer.refresh(provider). This method allows forcing the refresh of a provider, which can be useful for things like "retry on error" or "pull to refresh".

  • ref.read(StreamProvider<T>) no-longer returns a Stream<T> but an AsyncValue<T> Before:

    final streamProvider = StreamProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Stream<T> stream = ref.read(streamProvider);
    });
    

    After:

    final streamProvider = StreamProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Stream<T> stream = ref.watch(streamProvider.steam);
    });
    
  • ref.read(FutureProvider<T>) no-longer returns a Future<T> but an AsyncValue<T>

    Before:

    final futureProvider = FutureProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Future<T> future = ref.read(futureProvider);
    });
    

    After:

    final futureProvider = FutureProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Future<T> future = ref.watch(futureProvider.future);
    });
    
  • Removed ref.dependOn. You can now use ref.read/ref.watch to acheive the same effect.

    Before:

    final streamProvider = StreamProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Future<T> last = ref.dependOn(streamProvider).last;
    });
    

    After:

    final streamProvider = StreamProvider<T>(...);
    final example = Provider((ref) {
      Future<T> last = ref.watch(streamProvider.last);
    });
    
  • Provider.readOwner(ProviderStateOwner) is changed into ProviderContainer.read(Provider)

  • Provider.watchOwner(ProviderStateOwner, (value) {}) is changed into:

    ProviderContainer container;
    final provider = Provider((ref) => 0);
    
    final subscription = container.listen(
      provider,
      mayHaveChanged: (sub) {},
      didChange: (sub) {}.
    );
    
    subscription.close();
    
  • MyProvider.family.autoDispose now correctly free both the arguments and the associated providers from memory when the provider is no-longer listened.

  • Added ScopedProvider, a new kind of provider that can be overriden anywhere in the widget tree. Normal providers cannot read a ScopedProvider.

0.5.1 #

  • Fixed the documentation of StateNotifierProvider incorrectly showing the documentation of StreamProvider.
  • Improve the documentation of StateProvider.

0.5.0 #

0.4.0 #

Changed the syntax of "AutoDispose*" and "*Family" to use a syntax similar to named constructors instead.

Before:

final myProvider = AutoDisposeStateNotifierProviderFamily<MyStateNotifier, int>((ref, id) {
  return MyStateNotifier(id: id);
});

After:

final myProvider = StateNotifierProvider.autoDispose.family<MyStateNotifier, int>((ref, id) {
  return MyStateNotifier(id: id);
});

The behavior is the same. Only the syntax changed.

0.3.0 #

  • Added AsyncValue.whenData, syntax sugar for AsyncValue.when to handle only the data case and do nothing for the error/loading cases.

  • Fixed a bug that caused [Computed] to crash if it stopped being listened then was listened again.

0.2.1 #

  • Computed now correctly unsubscribe to a provider when their function stops using a provider.

0.2.0 #

  • ref.read is renamed as ref.dependOn
  • Deprecated ref.dependOn(streamProvider).stream and ref.dependOn(futureProvider).future in favor of a universal ref.dependOn(provider).value.
  • added ref.read(provider), syntax sugar for ref.dependOn(provider).value.

0.1.0 #

Initial release

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A simple way to access state from anywhere in your application while robust and testable.

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