Flutter – Value change animations

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Hope you are all well. In this post let’s talk about Value change animations which is nothing but changing a count and displaying it over a period of time.

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Let’s begin.

A screencast of this post:

Here’s a simple GIF of what we’ll be doing.

Nice right.. Now this can be brought into flutter apps in a very simple way.

Create a new flutter app, open main.dart and add the below code.

Whoa, that’s a lot of code. Let’s break this down.

This is the definition of the animation. Here we are using something called an IntTween which passes integer values along the flow of the animation. Let’s make use of these in our app’s Animated Builder.

In the above snippet I am simply using the animation value and printing it on the screen.

Run the app and watch and what happens.

This is a very simple demo of value change animations. There are a lot more cool stuff that can be done with this. For instance look at the below GIF.

(Image credit – BarthelemyChalvet)

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