A Widget that mimics the Facebook Reaction Button in Flutter.
Step by step explanation
A full explanation on how to build such Widget may be found on my blog:
You should ensure that you add the following dependency in your Flutter project.
dependencies: flutter_reactive_button: "^1.0.0"
You should then run
flutter packages upgrade or update your packages in IntelliJ.
In your Dart code, to use it:
Icons should be defined as assets and passed to the ReactiveButton Widget, via the icons property, which accepts a List < ReactiveIconDefinition >.
An example can be found in the
example folder. Check it out.
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