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Description

Implementation of Neumorphism user interface consisting of sets of principles and widgets for the Flutter framework

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Neumorphic Ui kit for flutter

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Getting Started

In your flutter project add the dependency:

pub package

dependencies:
  neumorphic: any

Check out library documentation (latest stable).

Api

Now implemented some widgets:

  • NeuCard
  • NeuButton
  • NeuSwitch
  • NeuText
  • NeuTextField
  • NeuBackButton
  • NeuAppBar
  • NeuApp

NeuCard

It is container like a

Material
merged with
Container
, but implements Neumorphism
NeuCard(
  // State of Neumorphic (may be convex, flat & emboss)
  curveType: CurveType.concave,

// Elevation relative to parent. Main constituent of Neumorphism bevel: 12,

// Specified decorations, like BoxDecoration but only limited decoration: NeumorphicDecoration( borderRadius: BorderRadius.circular(8) ),

// Other arguments such as margin, padding etc. (Like Container) child: Text('Container') )

NeuButton

Button automatically when pressed toggle the status of NeumorphicStatus from

concave
to
convex
and back
NeuButton(
  onPressed: () {
    print('Pressed !');
  },
  child: Text('Button'),
);

NeuSwitch

Remade

CupertinoSlidingSegmentedControl
which follows Neumorphism
NeuSwitch(
  onValueChanged: (val) {
    setState(() {
      switchValue = val;
    });
  },
  groupValue: switchValue,
  children: {
    0: Padding(
      padding: EdgeInsets.symmetric(vertical: 24, horizontal: 8),
      child: Text('First'),
    ),
    1: Padding(
      padding: EdgeInsets.symmetric(vertical: 24, horizontal: 8),
      child: Text('Second'),
    ),
  },
);

NeuText

It is a Text Widget which can implement Neumorphism.

parentColor
,
spread
,
depth
,
style
,
emboss
are properties of this widget which can be modified to obtain different effects.
NeuText('Lorem Ipsum')

NeuTextField

It is a Text editing widget like Material's TextField which has a few more properties like the support to use a custom selection control.

NeuTextField(
  controller: _controller,
  decoration: InputDecoration(
    border: OutlineInputBorder(),
    labelText: 'Write',
  ),
)

NeuBackButton

A Neumorphic design back button.

Used by NeuAppBar.

NeuAppBar

A Neumorphic design appBar. This app bar consists of a

leading
Widget & a
title
Widget.

App bars are typically used in the

Scaffold.appBar
property, which places the app bar as a fixed-height widget at the top of the screen.
NeuAppBar(
  title: Text('This is title'),
)

NeuApp

NeumorphicApp implements instance of

WidgetsApp
which utilizes
NeuThemeData
for adding themes to your app.

The

NeuThemeData
also adds
ThemeData
to the widget tree, so you don't have to worry about using MaterialApp again. Material widgets won't have side-effects.

You can access the current Neumorphic

NeuThemeData
using
NeuTheme.of(context)
. You can also use
Theme.of(context)
to get
ThemeData
.
NeumorphicApp(
  theme: NeumorphicThemeData(
    brightness: Brightness.dark,
    primaryColor: Colors.blueGrey,
    curveType: curveType.concave,
    lightSource: LightSource.topLeft, // Not implemented yet
  ),
  home: Scaffold(
    appBar: NeuAppBar(
      title: const Text('NeumorphicApp Theme'),
    ),
  ),
)

Limitations

  • Not all widgets currently utilize
    NeuThemeData
    . This will be changed in later updates of this package.
  • NeuTextField
    currently isn't much different than material's
    TextField
    .

You can make support requests or report problems here on Neumorphic's github issue page.

Inspired by

  1. Alexander Plyuto (figma)

  2. Ivan Cherepanov (medium)

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