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A Flutter widget to show an icon collection to pick

A Flutter widget to show an icon collection to pick

icon_picker

A Flutter widget to show an icon collection to pick. This widget extend TextField and has a similar behavior as TextFormField.

Usage

In the pubspec.yaml of your flutter project, add the following dependency:

dependencies:
  ...
  icon_picker: "^1.1.0"

In your library add the following import:

import 'package:icon_picker/icon_picker.dart';

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Example

IconPicker use an internal MaterialIcon collection by default, but you can set your own icon collection.
You just need to pass in iconCollection param a Map<String, IconData>.

final Map<String, IconData> myIconCollection = {
  'favorite': Icons.favorite,
  'home': Icons.home,
  'android': Icons.android,
  'album': Icons.album,
  'ac_unit': Icons.ac_unit,
  ...
}
IconPicker(
  initialValue: 'favorite',
  icon: Icon(Icons.apps),
  labelText: "Icon",
  title: "Select an icon",
  cancelBtn: "CANCEL",
  enableSearch: true,
  searchHint: 'Search icon',
  iconCollection: myIconCollection,
  onChanged: (val) => print(val),
  onSaved: (val) => print(val),
);

The result of val in onChanged, validator and onSaved will be a json String.
So, if you tap the icon ac_unit in the dialog window, the result value will be:

'{"iconName": "ac_unit", "codePoint": 60219, "fontFamily": "MaterialIcons"}'

Transforming the String result of IconPicker in an IconData:

String value = '{"iconName": "ac_unit", "codePoint": 60219, "fontFamily": "MaterialIcons"}'
var iconDataJson = jsonDecode(value);
IconData icon = IconData(iconDataJson['codePoint'], fontFamily: iconDataJson['fontFamily']);
Icon(icon);

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