Flutter – InheritedWidget – dispose

Posted by Andre Scott | Updated on

Flutter – InheritedWidget – dispose. InheritedWidget behaves the same way as other Widget do. Their lifetime is really short: Usually not longer than one build call.

If you want to store data for longer, InheritedWidget is not what you want. You’ll need a State for that.

Which also means that ultimately, you can use State’s dispose for your bloc dispose.

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