This Flutter package provides a Pie Chart Widget with cool animation.
dependencies: section of your
pubspec.yaml, add the following line:
dependencies: pie_chart: <latest version>
Map<String, double> dataMap = new Map(); dataMap.putIfAbsent("Flutter", () => 5); dataMap.putIfAbsent("React", () => 3); dataMap.putIfAbsent("Xamarin", () => 2); dataMap.putIfAbsent("Ionic", () => 2); PieChart( dataMap: dataMap, legendFontColor: Colors.blueGrey, legendFontSize: 14.0, legendFontWeight: FontWeight.w500, animationDuration: Duration(milliseconds: 800), chartLegendSpacing: 32.0, chartRadius: MediaQuery .of(context) .size .width / 2.7, showChartValuesInPercentage: true, showChartValues: true, chartValuesColor: Colors.blueGrey.withOpacity(0.9), )
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Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: pie_chart: ^0.8.0
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
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