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Pinkesh Darji
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Feb 24, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Flutter TabBar: A complete tutorial with examples

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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9 Replies to "Flutter TabBar: A complete tutorial with examples"

  1. In this section
    “” Preserving the state of tabs “”
    you wrote :
    ” By default, tabs do not preserve the state ”
    But without using ‘AutomaticKeepAliveClientMixin’, by changing the tab, the previous state remains the same
    i use default_flutter_app ( counter app with FAB ) and Changing the tab does not return the number to 0
    Please explain to me is this normal? Has Flutter changed anything?

  2. How to get the focused tab more to left aligned?
    The default tabbar’s focused tab is always centered-aligned, but I wanted it to get more on left-aligned.

    References : DailyHunt, AirBnb

  3. Nicely written tutorial. Both the screenshots and code shown are compact, readable and to the point. Easy to understand. Thank you for doing this.

  4. Nice trick ! ‘ AutomaticKeepAliveClientMixin’,
    I was looking for this
    Works like a charm for me in an app with tabs and fl_charts
    Thank you very much

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