confused_travolta_error_view

A fun way to display error view.

Display your error view composed of following components:

  • An appropriate error gif. (Confused Travolta Gif)

  • An error message. (Can be customized with errorWidget, errorMessage and errorMessageStyle)

  • A Retry button. Optional (Can be customized with retryButton, retryButtonText and onTapRetryButton).

Example

Using default values for error and button widgets:

 ConfusedTravoltaErrorView(
    errorMessage: 'You have no Internet connection.',
    onTapRetryButton: () {},
 )

Using custom error and button widgets:

 ConfusedTravoltaErrorView(
    errorText: Text(
        'Ooops! Something went wrong.',
        style: TextStyle(fontSize: 19.0),
    ),
    retryButton: RaisedButton(
        onPressed: () {},
        child: Text('Try again'.toUpperCase()),
        color: Colors.black38,
        textColor: Colors.white,
    ),
 )

Using without a button

ConfusedTravoltaErrorView(
    errorMessage: 'You have no favorites, yet.',
)

Credits

Confused Travolta Gif

Libraries

confused_travolta_error_view

Dart

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