GF Floating Widget's child can take any kind of components or widgets as its paramater. The GF Floating Widget is mostly and effectively used to show some popups, alerts or some error messages which floats over the main body.
The simple way to use the GF Floating widget with its body and child properties is as shown below:
import 'package:getflutter/getflutter.dart';return Scaffold(body:GFFloatingWidget(child:Text('This is a floating text'),body:Text('body or any kind of widget here..')))
There are two types of positions ie, horizontalPosition and VerticalPosition in which the child of GF Floating widget can be placed any where inside the body ie, it basically floats in the body and hence the name GF Floating Widget. The below code shows how to use the positions:
import 'package:getflutter/getflutter.dart';return Scaffold(body:GFFloatingWidget(child: GFIconBadge(child: GFAvatar(size: GFSize.large,backgroundImage:AssetImage('your asset image'),),counterChild: GFBadge(text: '12',shape: GFBadgeShape.circle,)),body:Text('body or any kind of widget here..'),verticalPosition: MediaQuery.of(context).size.height* 0.2,horizontalPosition: MediaQuery.of(context).size.width* 0.8,))
showblurness defines whether the body should be blur or not when showing popups, error messages etc whenever the child property is used in GF Floating widget. The showblurness defaults to
defines how much blur backgroundColor should be whenever the child is used and when showblurness is