Flutter Cache Image
A flutter library to cache network images. This package support the download of images from a standard network url and from a firebase gs storage url.
This package depends only on the flutter firebase storage library; there are no others external dependencies.
Images are stored in the app temporary directory.
How to add
Add to pubspec.yaml:
dependencies: cache_image: "^0.0.1"
Add it to your dart file:
How to use
CacheImage widget can be used in two different way:
Standard network image path
return CacheImage.network( path: 'image_url_path', placeholder: new Container( padding: EdgeInsets.all(16.0), color: Colors.grey, child: new Center( child: new Image.asset('image_asset_path'), ), ) )
Firebase network image path
return CacheImage.firebase( path: 'gs_url_path', placeholder: new Container( padding: EdgeInsets.all(16.0), color: Colors.grey, child: new Center( child: new Image.asset('image_asset_path'), ), ) )
- Widget Placeholder - Widget to display when online image isn't in cache
- String Prefix - String used to parse gs firebase storage path.
- Duration Duration - Animation duration between placeholder and image.
- String Path - Firebase/Network image path.
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