Hunter  Krajcik

Hunter Krajcik

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Question_frame: Questionnaire Package for Dynamic Form

This package aims to provide set of question types with options and gets the response in custom generalized data. So the forms can be generated using certain rules and control it from server.

Features

Render question from server and capture its response

Getting started

TODO: List prerequisites and provide or point to information on how to start using the package.

Usage

 import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
 import 'package:question_frame/question_frame.dart';
 import 'package:question_frame/src/model/option.dart';

 final sampleQuestion = FrameQuestion(
   id: 1,
   mId: 1,
   qKey: 'name',
   qLabel: "Enter Your name",
   qType: 'stringInput',
   qMandatory: true,
   mandatoryMessage: "Name is required for further interactions.",
   onLoad: "",
   onLoadMsg: '',
   onActivity: "validateName",
   onActivityMsg: "not a valid name",
   qImage: '',
   qAudio: '',
   qVideo: '',
   options: [
     FrameOption(1, 1, -1, 2),
   ],
   qHint: "Write your name below",
 );

 void main() {
   final Map<FrameQuestion, FrameUserResponse> questionResponseMap = {};

   final List<FrameQuestion> frameQuestion = [
     sampleQuestion,
     sampleQuestion.copyWith(
         id: 2,
         qKey: 'age',
         onActivity: 'validateAge',
         onActivityMsg: 'Not a Valid age',
         qType: 'intInput'),
   ];

   questionResponseMap.addEntries(
     frameQuestion.map(
       (question) => MapEntry(
         question,
         FrameUserResponse(
           qId: question.id,
           qType: question.qType,
           options: question.options,
           tag: question.qKey,
         ),
       ),
     ),
   );

   runApp(
     MaterialApp(
       home: FrameWidget(
         questionResponseMap: questionResponseMap,
       ),
     ),
   );
 }

prepare a map of question(FrameQuestion) and corresponding userResponse(FrameUserResponse) and pass it to the frame widget.

Additional information

TODO: Tell users more about the package: where to find more information, how to contribute to the package, how to file issues, what response they can expect from the package authors, and more.

Use this package as a library

Depend on it

Run this command:

With Flutter:

 $ flutter pub add question_frame

This will add a line like this to your package's pubspec.yaml (and run an implicit flutter pub get):

dependencies:
  question_frame: ^1.0.2

Alternatively, your editor might support flutter pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:question_frame/question_frame.dart';

example/question_frame_example.dart

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
import 'package:question_frame/question_frame.dart';
import 'package:question_frame/src/model/option.dart';

final sampleQuestion = FrameQuestion(
  id: 1,
  mId: 1,
  qKey: 'name',
  qLabel: "Enter Your name",
  qType: 'stringInput',
  qMandatory: true,
  mandatoryMessage: "Name is required for further interactions.",
  onLoad: "",
  onLoadMsg: '',
  onActivity: "validateName",
  onActivityMsg: "not a valid name",
  qImage: '',
  qAudio: '',
  qVideo: '',
  options: [
    FrameOption(1, 1, -1, 2),
  ],
  qHint: "Write your name below",
);

void main() {
  final Map<FrameQuestion, FrameUserResponse> questionResponseMap = {};

  final List<FrameQuestion> frameQuestion = [
    sampleQuestion,
    sampleQuestion.copyWith(
        id: 2,
        qKey: 'age',
        onActivity: 'validateAge',
        onActivityMsg: 'Not a Valid age',
        qType: 'intInput'),
  ];

  questionResponseMap.addEntries(
    frameQuestion.map(
      (question) => MapEntry(
        question,
        FrameUserResponse(
          qId: question.id,
          qType: question.qType,
          options: question.options,
          tag: question.qKey,
        ),
      ),
    ),
  );

  runApp(
    MaterialApp(
      home: FrameWidget(
        questionResponseMap: questionResponseMap,
      ),
    ),
  );
}

Original article source at: https://pub.dev/packages/question_frame 

#flutter #dart #question 

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Question_frame: Questionnaire Package for Dynamic Form

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Undo changes & restore records in Dynamics 365 CRM with a single click

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