A Flutter widget that moves according to a scroll controller.
- Can contain any widget.
- Configurable parallax scroll direction.
- Customizable parallax delegate.
- For widgets inside and outside a scroll view (list items and list backgrounds for example).
pubspec.yaml of your flutter project, add the following dependency:
dependencies: ... flutter_parallax: "^0.1.2"
In your library add the following import:
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new Parallax.inside( child: new Image.network('https://flutter.io/images/homepage/header-illustration.png'), mainAxisExtent: 150.0, );
You can find more examples in the Example project.
Parallax.inside, that computes the parallax offset from its position in its first
Scrollableparent. Useful for list or grid items.
Parallax.outside, that computes the parallax offset from the percentage of the scrollable's container extent. Useful for a list or grid background.
ParallaxDelegate, which provides the ability to customize additional aspects of the child model. For example, a
ParallaxDelegatecan control the algorithm used to computes the parallax offset of the child within its parent.
Please see the Changelog page to know what's recently changed.
Feel free to contribute to this project.
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