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A dank and easy way to navigate using Router API of Navigator 2.0 - No boilerplate. No code generation. No classes. Just yeet!

yeet 👌 #

yeet


A dank way to navigate.

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How to yeet? #

  1. Install the latest version of yeet:
dependencies:
  flutter:
    sdk: flutter
  yeet: ^0.4.9
  1. Define your yeets:
final yeet = Yeet(
  children: [
    Yeet(
      path: '/',
      builder: (_) => HomeView(),
    ),
    Yeet(
      path: r'/user/:id(\d+)',
      builder: (ctx) => UserView(int.parse(ctx.params['id']!)),
      children: [
        Yeet(
          path: 'posts',
          builder: (ctx) => PostsView(int.parse(ctx.params['id']!)),
        )
      ],
    ),
    Yeet(
      path: ':_(.*)',
      builder: (_) => NotFoundView(),
    ),
  ],
);
  1. Turn your MaterialApp into MaterialApp.router and add the following arguments.
return MaterialApp.router(
  routeInformationParser: YeetInformationParser(),
  routerDelegate: YeeterDelegate(yeet: yeet),
);
  1. Set new paths.
context.yeet('/your/new/path');
context.yeet('can/be/relative');
  1. And pop.
context.yeet();
  1. Enjoy!

  2. Missing a feature? Have a suggestion? Found a bug? Open an issue. Thanks!

Migrating from 0.3.2 to 0.4.0 #

  1. Parameters of builder have changed from (params, queryParams) to just a single (context):

Before:

Yeet(
  path: '/user/:id'
  builder: (params, queryParams) => UserPage(id: params[id]!, edit: queryParams['edit'] ?? false)
)

After:

Yeet(
  path: '/user/:id'
  builder: (context) => UserPage(id: context.params[id]!, edit: context.queryParams['edit'] ?? false)
)

Now the page doesn't have to use the path or query parameters right away, and can always access it using the BuildContext withing the build function.

  1. Yeet.custom has been removed. Instead you can use the transition parameter to configure the page transition. Transition is YeetTransition.adaptive() by default, which means that in iOS and macOS it's using YeetTransition.cupertino() and in other platforms YeetTransition.material().

Before:

Yeet.custom(
  path: '/',
  transitionsBuilder: ...,
  opaque: ...,
  //...
)

After:

Yeet(
  path: '/',
  transiton: YeetTransition.custom(
    transitionsBuilder: ...,
    opaque: ...,
    //...
  ),
)
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A dank and easy way to navigate using Router API of Navigator 2.0 - No boilerplate. No code generation. No classes. Just yeet!

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License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

flutter, freezed_annotation, path_to_regexp, universal_platform

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