In this series, we look at the whole Cupertino package of Flutter. You will get to know every widget, crucial classes, and much more in this series. All the articles will be less than 2 minutes long, so you can read them every time :) In addition to that, they will be effortless to understand, following the motto
Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler. ~ Albert Einstein
If you want to check out the other articles of this series, check out this list. Let’s get started!
CupertinoPopupSurface is simply an iOS-styled modal bottom sheet. It is very easy to use, so let’s take a look at it:
First, there is the
child property, so just the widget on top of the surface.
But there is another property called
isSurfacePainted. What does that mean?
This property specifies, whether to paint a translucent white to the background or not.
The flutter documentation suggests the following:
isSurfacePaintedshould be true for a typical popup that contains content without any dividers. A popup that requires dividers should set
isSurfacePaintedto false and then paint its own surface area.
Great, and this is all you have to know. Let’s take a look at a code example:
Further reading & Conclusion
In this article, you have learned how to use the CupertinoPopupSurface widget.
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