Consume the second bloc's streams

on Saturday, 25th of July, 2020

This is going to be extremely similar to the previous example. It's just more examples so you can get used to seeing stream builders in action.

/// The container for the screen is similar to the previous example.
/// In this example, though, you can see both blocs being used in one widget
class AddAndEditTodoScreen extends StatelessWidget {
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    // grab a reference to this bloc here, because 
    // it's the primary bloc used in this screen. It
    // will provide the stream we need in the stream builder.
    final bloc = BlocProvider.of(context).editTodoBloc;
    return StreamBuilder<Task>(
      // use the bloc
      stream: bloc.todo,
      builder: (context, snapshot) {
        // protect against null data
        if (!snapshot.hasData) return CircularProgressIndicator();
        return ScreenContainer(
          title: Text('Add Todo'),
          // Most of the logic is in this widget,
          // which you can see on github at
          body: FormContainer(),
          floatingActionButton: FloatingActionButton.extended(
            label: Padding(
              padding: const EdgeInsets.all(16.0),
              child: Text('Save'),
            // This is the interesting part in which we use two blocs
            onPressed: () {
              // The [TodoListBloc] is the only one that communicates with the
              // repository. Therefor, we'll use it to add the new task to
              // the repository when the floating action button is tapped.
              // we also need to clear the form, so that it's blank
              // when we return to this screen to add another task
              // this is done on the primary bloc for this screen, the EditTodoBloc
              // finally, pop back to the todolist page.

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