Flitter control - NestedScrollView+TabBar+TabBarView to implement the folding top layout

I. overview

NestedScrollView+TabBar+TabBarView realizes TabBar sliding adsorption on the top.

2. Start coding

This code uses the headerslaverbuilder of nestedscrollview (of course, it can also be implemented by CustomScrollView, and the implementation method is basically the same) to realize the sliding top layout, in which the sliderpersistent header implements the TabBar adsorbed on the top. The TabBarView is placed in the body to realize page switching. (flutter's sliding family is worth learning. This code is rewritten according to the example provided on the official website.)
The following code comments are quite detailed,

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    double statusBarHeight = MediaQuery.of(context).padding.top;

    ///Height of rotation chart
    double _swiperHeight = 326 + 10.0;

    ///Tip head height
    double _spikeHeight = 80;

    ///_appBarHeight is the bottom height of AppBar, kToolbarHeight is AppBar height, statusBarHeight is status bar height
    double _appBarHeight =
        _swiperHeight + _spikeHeight - kToolbarHeight - statusBarHeight;

    return NestedScrollView(
      headerSliverBuilder: (BuildContext context, bool innerBoxIsScrolled) {
        return <Widget>[
            handle: NestedScrollView.sliverOverlapAbsorberHandleFor(context),

            ///Sliderappbar can also realize the TabBar adsorbed on the top, but the height is not easy to calculate, and there will always be a blank height of the AppBar,
            ///So I used the sliverepersistentheader to achieve this effect. In the bottom of slivereappbar, only the layout at the top of TabBar is placed
            child: SliverAppBar(
              backgroundColor: Color(0xfff1f1f1),
              forceElevated: innerBoxIsScrolled,
              bottom: PreferredSize(
                  child: Container(),
                  preferredSize: Size.fromHeight(_appBarHeight)),

              ///The retracted part of the top of TabBar
              flexibleSpace: Column(
                children: <Widget>[

          ///TabBar at the top
            delegate: _SliverAppBarDelegate(_timeSelection()),
            pinned: true,
      body: TabBarView(controller: _timeTabController, children: <Widget>[
///TabBar's agent
class _SliverAppBarDelegate extends SliverPersistentHeaderDelegate {

  final Stack _tabBar;

  Widget build(
      BuildContext context, double shrinkOffset, bool overlapsContent) {
    return _tabBar;

  double get maxExtent => 55;

  double get minExtent => 55;

  bool shouldRebuild(SliverPersistentHeaderDelegate oldDelegate) {
    return true;

Three, summary

The TabBar effect on the top of the adsorption has been working for me all day. I have tried various methods. I found that the implementation of NestedScrollView is relatively simple. But the adsorption effect of the slaverappbar makes me headache. The height is always miscalculated. There is always a gap at the top of slaverappbar without default APPBar. Finally, there is no way to change the mode. The slaverappentheader is used to achieve the adsorption function. Only the top layout is stored in the slaverappbar. No matter how tossed in the middle, it's a good cat that can catch mice. It's an effective solution.

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Posted by emcb_php on Tue, 05 Nov 2019 07:15:03 -0800