How to shared Preferences null on Startup in flutter?

Posted by Jennifer | Updated on | Flutter

Want to shared Preferences null on Startup in flutter? There’s no need to put static functions in a class – just declare them as top level functions. Also, you don’t really want _myBool to be a global – it should be part of a Widget’s state. That way when you update it, Flutter knows what parts of your tree to redraw.

Here is an example:


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