How to Make an Alert Dialog In Flutter ?

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How to Make an Alert Dialog In Flutter
How to Make an Alert Dialog In Flutter

Sometimes Application needs the User’s confirmation to make changes in data. Generally one of the ways to get confirmation from the user is to display Alert Dialog. In this article, we will be discussing Alert Dialog In Flutter.

How to Make an Alert Dialog In Flutter?

To Create One Button Alert Dialog Code Snippet will look like below:

showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) {

  // set up the button
  Widget okButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("OK"),
    onPressed: () { },
  );

  // set up the AlertDialog
  AlertDialog alert = AlertDialog(
    title: Text("My title"),
    content: Text("This is my message."),
    actions: [
      okButton,
    ],
  );

  // show the dialog
  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

We will get output like below:

One Button Alert Dialog
One Button Alert Dialog

To Create Two Button Alert Dialog Code Snippet will look like below:

showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) {

  // set up the buttons
  Widget cancelButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Cancel"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );
  Widget continueButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Continue"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );

  // set up the AlertDialog
  AlertDialog alert = AlertDialog(
    title: Text("AlertDialog"),
    content: Text("Would you like to continue learning how to use Flutter alerts?"),
    actions: [
      cancelButton,
      continueButton,
    ],
  );

  // show the dialog
  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

The above code will give us output like below:

Two Button Alert Dialog
Two Button Alert Dialog

To Create Three Button Alert Dialog Code Snippet will look like below:

Three Button Alert Dialog
Three Button Alert Dialog

User can also create a custom widget like below:

import 'dart:ui';
import 'package:flutter/material.dart';


class BlurryDialog extends StatelessWidget {

  String title;
  String content;
  VoidCallback continueCallBack;

  BlurryDialog(this.title, this.content, this.continueCallBack);
  TextStyle textStyle = TextStyle (color: Colors.black);

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return BackdropFilter(
      filter: ImageFilter.blur(sigmaX: 6, sigmaY: 6),
      child:  AlertDialog(
      title: new Text(title,style: textStyle,),
      content: new Text(content, style: textStyle,),
      actions: <Widget>[
        new FlatButton(
          child: new Text("Continue"),
           onPressed: () {
            continueCallBack();
          },
        ),
        new FlatButton(
          child: Text("Cancel"),
          onPressed: () {
            Navigator.of(context).pop();
          },
        ),
      ],
      ));
  }
}

You can call to this method like below:

_showDialog(BuildContext context)
{
 VoidCallback continueCallBack = () => {
 Navigator.of(context).pop(),
    // code on continue comes here

  };
  BlurryDialog  alert = BlurryDialog("Abort","Are you sure you want to abort this operation?",continueCallBack);


  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

Conclusion:

In this article, We have been through How to Make an Alert Dialog In Flutter?

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