This plugin allows to use native dialogs in Android and iOS. It was made specifically for Add2App use cases when just a part of your UI is made in Flutter. In this case, you can't use the built-in dialog system.
If you are needed integrating Flutter in your existing app, you are better off using the built-in dialog system from the Flutter library
To use this plugin, add
flutter_native_dialog as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.
import 'package:flutter_native_dialog/flutter_native_dialog.dart'; final result = await FlutterNativeDialog.showConfirmDialog( title: "This is a confirm dialog", message: "A message in the dialog", positiveButtonText: "OK", negativeButtonText: "Cancel", ); print(result); // true or false depending on user input
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