Pinkesh Darji
Jul 19, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Drag and drop UI elements in Flutter with Draggable and DragTarget

Pinkesh Darji I love to solve problems using technology that improves users' lives on a major scale. Over the last seven-plus years, I've been developing and leading various mobile apps in different areas.

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2 Replies to "Drag and drop UI elements in Flutter with <code>Draggable</code> and <code>DragTarget</code>"

  1. Hello,
    LongPressDrag is what I need, thanks for the presentation. But how to make the “Drop Here” area precise, I would like to drop something that will be taken into account only in the area of DottedBorder not 20 pixels before. On the other hand, “Dropped successfully!” should appear only when the dropped object is only in the dot area in order to be precise in the area where you put the object you dropped it. I hope I am enough clear.

    Thanks for your help.

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