Yet another PageView widget whose viewport can be expanded along the scrolling. Exprollable is a coined word combining the words expandable and scrollable. This project is an attemt to clone the modal sheet UI used in Apple Books app on iOS.

Here is what you can do with this widget:

Try it

Run the example application and explore the all features of this package.

git clone [email protected]:fujidaiti/exprollable_page_view.git
cd example
flutter pub get
flutter run


Add this package to your project using pub command.

flutter pub add exprollable_page_view


You can use ExprollablePageView just as built-in PageView as bellow. ExprollablePageView works with any scrollable widget that can accept a ScrollController. Note, however, that it will not work as expected unless you use the ScrollController obtained from PageContentScrollController.of.

import 'package:exprollable_page_view/exprollable_page_view.dart';

Widget build(BuildContext context) {
  return Scaffold(
    body: ExprollablePageView(
      itemCount: 5,
      itemBuilder: (context, page) {
        return ListView.builder(
          controller: PageContentScrollController.of(context),
          itemBuilder: (context, index) {
            return ListTile(title: Text('Item#$index'));

Use ExprollablePageController to controll how the viewport changes along the scrolling. Below is an example controller for snapping to the three states:

  1. The viewport is completely expanded (viewportFraction == 1.0)
  2. The viewport is slightly smaller than the screen (viewportFraction == 0.9)
  3. viewportFraction == 0.9 and the PageView covers only half of the screen like BottomSheet.

const peekOffset = ViewportOffset.fractional(0.5);
controller = ExprollablePageController(
  minViewportFraction = 0.9,
  initialViewportOffset: peekOffset,
  maxViewportOffset: peekOffset,
  snapViewportOffsets: [

You can explore all the fuetures in the example app. See example directory for more details.


This library is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more details.


If you find any bugs or have suggestions for improvement, please create an issue or a pull request on the GitHub repository. Contributions are welcome and appreciated!


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