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RxData allows to delegate fetching and caching behavior for your data.

RxData for Flutter #

RxData allows to delegate fetching and caching behavior for your data. Uses flutter_bloc on the background. Inspired by Revolut's RxData library.

Install #

flutter pub add rxdata

Usage #

First, define DataDelagete object and specify Data type.

final dataDelegate = DataDelegate<ApiResponse>(
  fromNetwork: () async* {
    // [fromNetwork] can yield multiple values before closing. You can sequentially fetch data and 
    // and yield them step by step. You should however prevent infinite streams.
    final response = await getRequest();
    yield response;
  fromStorage: () async {
    return loadFromSqlite('my_key');
  toStorage: (value) async {
    await saveToSqlite(value, 'my_key');

Then, use DataBuilder to build your UI. DataBuilder is only a wrapper around the BlocBuilder. You can also use DataListener and DataConsumer.

class ExampleWidget extends StatelessWidget {
  const ExampleWidget({Key? key, required this.dataDelegate}) : super(key: key);

  final DataDelegate<ApiResponse> dataDelegate;

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      body: DataBuilder<ApiResponse>(
        bloc: dataDelegate,
        builder: (context, state) {
          return Column(
            children: [
              if (state.isLoading) const CircularProgressIndicator(),
              if (state.hasError) Text(state.error!.toString()),
              if (state.hasValue) Text(state.value!.toString()),

Data class has 3 fields:

  • value: e.g. ApiResponse or whatever data you need;
  • error: optional error, you might have error and value at the same time because value is not deleted when error is thrown;
  • isLoading: if you can expect value or error to change soon.

You can then call dataDelegate.reload() to fetch data again. Delegate will handle caching by itself, provided that you specified your callbacks.

See example project for full usage.

Logging #

If you want to capture events and errors from DataDelegates use BLoC's BlocObserver. You can find more info in their documentation.

Simple BlocObserver is also implemented in example project here.

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RxData allows to delegate fetching and caching behavior for your data.



API reference


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equatable, flutter, flutter_bloc


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