A simplified FutureBuilder for the most common use case when working with Futures in Flutter.
This package is hardly necessary, but it saves you a little typing.
Usage is really simple. Just import
and then in your code, suppose you have some computation that is completing in the future, like
Future<String> getAsyncVersion(). Type:
SimpleFutureBuilder<String>( future: getAsyncVersion(), builder: (BuildContext context, String result) => Text(result), )
Please note, if you want to deal with full error handling based on the results of the future, you will instead need to use the FutureBuilder widget.
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Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: simple_future_builder: ^1.0.1
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$ flutter packages get
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|1.0.1||Dec 28, 2018|
|1.0.0||Dec 28, 2018|
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lib/simple_future_builder.dart. (-0.50 points)
lib/simple_future_builder.dart reported 1 hint:
line 21 col 9: The class 'Future' was not exported from 'dart:core' until version 2.1, but this code is required to be able to run on earlier versions.