A predictable state management library that helps implement the BLoC design pattern
State Management; probably the most controversial subject in the Flutter community. I remember when I started learning Flutter, Provider was the cool kid that everyone was recommending. Simple syntax, very detailed error messages, built on top of InheritedWidget, it was even featured on the official flutter docs, why would you even choose something else? I mean they got the Approved By Google badge, that's probably the highest status a package could get in the community 🤡. Then came Bloc, personally, I don't know which one came first but I started hearing about Bloc a bit later after Provider. Bloc was making use of Stream which was something I always avoided because I didn't know much about how to handle streams. Bloc was and still is awesome when it comes to building big scalable apps, I am not saying that you can't do that with Provider, but Bloc seemed to specifically target that kind of project and it was providing many built-in tools for a seamless developer experience. Some would argue that there is too much boilerplate, well as long as it does the job and does it well, you can go for it.
A Bloc extension to create finite-state machines 🤖 Feedbacks welcomes 💙
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