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ReorderableListView() is a built-in widget in the flutter that enables the user to change the order of the items placed in the ListView through long tap and drag.
A reminder app or a task manager app would be the perfect example of this. These apps usually provide reorder or sort functionalities. As in these apps, the user needs to be able to arrange/sort items based on his/her preferences or order priority.
This is pretty easy to implement in the flutter. So, let’s check how to implement Reorderable ListView in flutter.
Step1: Create a flutter project.
Step2: First, we will create a list that has data. So, we will create a list of strings and name as tasks.
Step3: Add ReorderableListView() widget and add key in the children of ReorderableListView widget. The key is expected to distinguish the items after their position is changed.
Step4: Add the reorder function. It is a callback function used by the list to report that a list item has been dragged to a new location in the list and the application should update the order of the items.
Now run your code and check by long-tapping on an item and dragging it to a new position.
So, this is how we implement reorderable listview in flutter.
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Reference Link: https://www.kindacode.com/article/working-with-reorderablelistview-in-flutter/
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