flutter_device_type

Determine the type of handheld device on Flutter. Like if the device is a Tablet or is iPhoneX. This is a port of react-native-device-detection.

Usage

//Get the physical device size
print( Device.size );
//Quick methods to access the physical device width and height
print("Device Width: ${Device.width}, Device Height: ${Device.height}");

//To get the actual screen size (Which is same as what MediaQuery gives)
print( Device.screenSize );
//Quick methods to access the screen width and height
print("Device Width: ${Device.screenWidth}, Device Height: ${Device.screenHeight}");

//Check if device is tablet
if( Device.get().isTablet ){
    //do something large
}

//Check if device is iphone x
if( Device.get().isIphoneX ){
    //Do some notch business
}

//Other utility methods
print( Device.get().isPhone );
print( Device.get().isAndroid );
print( Device.get().isIos );

//So to check for iPad for instance
if( Device.get().isIos && Device.get().isTablet ){
    //make the font larger :)
}

Device.get() will return only one instance so not need to save it except for brevity

Libraries

flutter_device_type

Dart

dart:ui
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Core

dart:async
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dart:collection
Classes and utilities that supplement the collection support in dart:core. [...]
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dart:core
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dart:math
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VM

dart:io
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Concurrent programming using isolates: independent workers that are similar to threads but don't share memory, communicating only via messages. [...]