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Flutter XlsIO is a Dart library for creating Excel documents with formulas, charts, images, hyperlinks, autofit rows and columns, and more.

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Excel (XlsIO) Library #

Flutter XlsIO is a feature rich and high-performance non-UI Excel library written natively in Dart. It allows you to add robust Excel functionalities to Flutter applications.

Overview #

The Excel package is a non-UI and reusable Flutter library to create Excel documents programmatically with cell values, built-in styles, cell formatting, formulas, charts, and images. The creation of Excel file are in XLSX (Excel 2007 and above) format.

Disclaimer: This is a commercial package. To use this package, you need to have either a Syncfusion Commercial License or Free Syncfusion Community license. For more details, please check the LICENSE file.

XlsIO Overview

Table of contents #

Key Features #

The following are the key features of Syncfusion Flutter XlsIO.

  • Create simple Excel document in Flutter
  • Apply Excel cell formatting
  • Add formulas to Excel worksheet cells
  • Add images to Excel worksheet
  • Add charts to Excel worksheet
  • Add hyperlinks to Excel worksheet
  • Manipulate rows and columns of Excel worksheet
  • Add protection to Excel document.
  • Import data list to Excel Worksheet.
  • Apply Excel conditional formatting.

Get the demo application #

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Installation #

Install the latest version from pub

Getting started #

Import the following package to your project to create a Excel document from scratch.

import 'package:syncfusion_flutter_xlsio/xlsio.dart';

Create a simple Excel document #

Add the following code to create a simple Excel document.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
workbook.worksheets[0];
// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('CreateExcel.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Add text, number, and datetime values #

Use the following code to add text, number and datetime values to Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];
//Add Text.
sheet.getRangeByName('A1').setText('Hello World');
//Add Number
sheet.getRangeByName('A3').setNumber(44);
//Add DateTime
sheet.getRangeByName('A5').setDateTime(DateTime(2020,12,12,1,10,20));
// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('AddingTextNumberDateTime.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Add formulas #

Use the following code to add formulas to Excel worksheet cells.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];
//Setting value in the cell
sheet.getRangeByName('A1').setNumber(22);
sheet.getRangeByName('A2').setNumber(44);

//Formula calculation is enabled for the sheet
sheet.enableSheetCalculations();

//Setting formula in the cell
sheet.getRangeByName('A3').setFormula('=A1+A2');

// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('AddingFormula.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Apply formatting #

This section covers the various formatting options in a cells.

Apply GlobalStyle

Use the following code to add and apply global style to the Excel worksheet cells.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();

//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Defining a global style with all properties.
Style globalStyle = workbook.styles.add('style');
//set back color by hexa decimal.
globalStyle.backColor = '#37D8E9';
//set font name.
globalStyle.fontName = 'Times New Roman';
//set font size.
globalStyle.fontSize = 20;
//set font color by hexa decimal.
globalStyle.fontColor = '#C67878';
//set font italic.
globalStyle.italic = true;
//set font bold.
globalStyle.bold = true;
//set font underline.
globalStyle.underline = true;
//set wraper text.
globalStyle.wrapText = true;
//set indent value.
globalStyle.indent = 1;
//set horizontal alignment type.
globalStyle.hAlign = HAlignType.left;
//set vertical alignment type.
globalStyle.vAlign = VAlignType.bottom;
//set text rotation.
globalStyle.rotation = 90;
//set all border line style.
globalStyle.borders.all.lineStyle = LineStyle.thick;
//set border color by hexa decimal.
globalStyle.borders.all.color = '#9954CC';
//set number format.
globalStyle.numberFormat = '_(\$* #,##0_)';

//Apply GlobalStyle to 'A1'.
sheet.getRangeByName('A1').cellStyle = globalStyle;

//Defining Gloabl style.
globalStyle = workbook.styles.add('style1');
//set back color by RGB value.
globalStyle.backColorRgb = Color.fromARGB(245, 22, 44, 144);
//set font color by RGB value.
globalStyle.fontColorRgb = Color.fromARGB(255, 244, 22, 44);
//set border line style.
globalStyle.borders.all.lineStyle = LineStyle.double;
//set border color by RGB value.
globalStyle.borders.all.colorRgb = Color.fromARGB(255, 44, 200, 44);

//Apply GlobalStyle to 'A4';
sheet.getRangeByName('A4').cellStyle = globalStyle;

// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('ApplyGlobalStyle.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Apply Build-in Formatting

Use the following code to apply build-in style to to the Excel worksheet cells.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Applying Number format.
sheet.getRangeByName('A1').builtInStyle = BuiltInStyles.linkedCell;

// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('ApplyBuildInStyle.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Apply NumberFormat

Use the following code to apply number format to to the Excel worksheet cells.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Applying Number format.
final Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1');
range.setNumber(100);
range.numberFormat = '\S#,##0.00';

// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('ApplyNumberFormat.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Add images #

Syncfusion Flutter XlsIO supports only PNG and JPEG images. Refer to the following code to add images to Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
//Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Adding a picture
final List<int> bytes = File('image.png').readAsBytesSync();
final Picture picture = sheet.picutes.addStream(1, 1, bytes);

// Save the document.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('AddingImage.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
//Dispose the workbook.
workbook.dispose();

Add charts #

Import the following package to your project to create charts in Excel document from scratch.

import 'package:syncfusion_officechart/officechart.dart';

Use the following code to add charts to Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();
// Accessing worksheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

// Setting value in the cell.
sheet.getRangeByName('A1').setText('John');
sheet.getRangeByName('A2').setText('Amy');
sheet.getRangeByName('A3').setText('Jack');
sheet.getRangeByName('A4').setText('Tiya');
sheet.getRangeByName('B1').setNumber(10);
sheet.getRangeByName('B2').setNumber(12);
sheet.getRangeByName('B3').setNumber(20);
sheet.getRangeByName('B4').setNumber(21);

// Create an instances of chart collection.
final ChartCollection charts = ChartCollection(sheet);

// Add the chart.
final Chart chart = charts.add();

// Set Chart Type.
chart.chartType = ExcelChartType.column;

// Set data range in the worksheet.
chart.dataRange = sheet.getRangeByName('A1:B4');

// set charts to worksheet.
sheet.charts = charts;

// save and dispose the workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
workbook.dispose();
File('Chart.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);

Use the following code to add hyperlinks to Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Creating a Hyperlink for a Website.
final Hyperlink hyperlink = sheet.hyperlinks.add(sheet.getRangeByName('A1'),
    HyperlinkType.url, 'https://www.syncfusion.com');
hyperlink.screenTip =
    'To know more about Syncfusion products, go through this link.';
hyperlink.textToDisplay = 'Syncfusion';

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('Hyperlinks.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Manipulate rows and Columns #

This section covers how rows and columns are manipulated in Excel Worksheets.

Apply Autofits

Use the following code to apply autofits to single cells of the Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

final Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1');
range.setText('WrapTextWrapTextWrapTextWrapText');
range.cellStyle.wrapText = true;

final Range range1 = sheet.getRangeByName('B1');
range1.setText('This is long text');

// AutoFit applied to a single row
sheet.autoFitRow(1);

// AutoFit applied to a single Column.
sheet.autoFitColumn(2);

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('AutoFit.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Use the following code to apply autofits to multiple cells of the Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

// Assigning text to cells
final Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1:D1');
range.setText('This is Long Text');
final Range range1 = sheet.getRangeByName('A2:A5');
range1.setText('This is Long Text using AutoFit Columns and Rows');
range1.cellStyle.wrapText = true;

// Auto-Fit column the range
range.autoFitColumns();

// Auto-Fit row the range
range1.autoFitRows();

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('AutoFits.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Insert/Delete Rows and Colums

Use the following code to insert rows and columns to the Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1');
range.setText('Hello');

range = sheet.getRangeByName('B1');
range.setText('World');

// Insert a row
sheet.insertRow(1, 1, ExcelInsertOptions.formatAsAfter);

// Insert a column.
sheet.insertColumn(2, 1, ExcelInsertOptions.formatAsBefore);

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('InsertRowandColumn.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Use the following code to delete rows and columns of Excel worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A2');
range.setText('Hello');

range = sheet.getRangeByName('C2');
range.setText('World');

// Delete a row
sheet.deleteRow(1, 1);

// Delete a column.
sheet.deleteColumn(2, 1);

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('DeleteRowandColumn.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Protect workbook and worksheets #

This section covers the various protection options in the Excel document.

Protect workbook elements

Use the following code to protect workbook element of Excel document.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

// Assigning text to cells
final Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1');
range.setText('WorkBook Protected');

final bool isProtectWindow = true;
final bool isProtectContent = true;

// Protect Workbook
workbook.protect(isProtectWindow, isProtectContent, 'password');

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('WorkbookProtect.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Protect worksheet

Use the following code to protect worksheets in the Excel document.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

// Assigning text to cells
final Range range = sheet.getRangeByName('A1');
range.setText('Worksheet Protected');

// ExcelSheetProtectionOption
final ExcelSheetProtectionOption options = ExcelSheetProtectionOption();
options.all = true;

// Protecting the Worksheet by using a Password
sheet.protect('Password', options);

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('WorksheetProtect.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Import data #

Use the following code to import list of data into Excel Worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Initialize the list
final List<Object> list = [
  'Toatal Income',
  20000,
  'On Date',
  DateTime(2021, 1, 1)
];

//Import the Object list to Sheet
sheet.importList(list, 1, 1, true);

// Save and dispose workbook.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('ImportDataList.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

Apply conditional formatting #

Use the following code to add and apply conditional formatting to cell or range in Excel Worksheet.

// Create a new Excel Document.
final Workbook workbook = Workbook();

// Accessing sheet via index.
final Worksheet sheet = workbook.worksheets[0];

//Applying conditional formatting to "A2".
final ConditionalFormats conditions =
    sheet.getRangeByName('A2').conditionalFormats;
final ConditionalFormat condition = conditions.addCondition();

//Represents conditional format rule that the value in target range should be between 10 and 20
condition.formatType = ExcelCFType.cellValue;
condition.operator = ExcelComparisonOperator.between;
condition.firstFormula = '10';
condition.secondFormula = '20';
sheet.getRangeByIndex(2, 1).setText('Enter a number between 10 and 20');

//Setting format properties to be applied when the above condition is met.
//set back color by hexa decimal.
condition.backColor = '#00FFCC';
//set font color by RGB values.
condition.fontColorRgb = Color.fromARGB(255, 200, 20, 100);
//set font bold.
condition.isBold = true;
//set font italic.
condition.isItalic = true;
//set number format.
condition.numberFormat = '0.0';
//set font underline.
condition.underline = true;
//set top border line style
condition.topBorderStyle = LineStyle.thick;
// set top border color by RGB values.
condition.topBorderColorRgb = Color.fromARGB(255, 200, 1, 200);
//set bottom border line style.
condition.bottomBorderStyle = LineStyle.medium;
//set bottom border color by hexa decimal.
condition.bottomBorderColor = '#FF0000';
//set right border line style.
condition.rightBorderStyle = LineStyle.double;
// set right border color by RGB values.
condition.rightBorderColorRgb = Color.fromARGB(250, 24, 160, 200);
//set left border line style.
condition.leftBorderStyle = LineStyle.thin;
//set left border color by hexa decimal.
condition.leftBorderColor = '#AAFFAA';

//save and dispose.
final List<int> bytes = workbook.saveAsStream();
File('ConditionalFormatting.xlsx').writeAsBytes(bytes);
workbook.dispose();

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Flutter XlsIO is a Dart library for creating Excel documents with formulas, charts, images, hyperlinks, autofit rows and columns, and more.

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