reacts when there are no user activities in your application


  activsy: ^1.0.1


void main() {
  Activsy.initialize(waiTime: 10, onTimeOut: () {
    /// perform operation
    /// call the start to continue monitoring 
  runApp(const MyApp());
    detectedMouseAction: false,
    builder: (context) {
        return MaterialApp(
             title: 'Flutter Demo',
             theme: ThemeData(primarySwatch:,),
             home: const MyHomePage(title: 'Flutter Demo Home Page'),

can also intercept interaction events, just implement the onEvent(PointerEvent) method

    onEvent: (_){},
    builder: (context) {...},

After the onTimeOut method call the monitoring is terminated

Functions And Attributes Description
start To monitor user interaction with the application just call Activsy.start(). Can be called multiple times but if monitoring is already active nothing happens
stop Ends monitoring Activsy.reset(). Can be called multiple times
reset Restart monitoring Activsy.reset(), he calls start() and then stop(). This method also to modify the waiting time: Activsy.updateTime(waiTime: 60)
forceTimeOut Triggers the onTimeOut method at any point in the application Activsy.forceTimeOut(). There are several reasons to trigger the noActivity method before the stipulated timer
isInitialized true returns if the setup was made
isActive true returns if monitoring this active

Note: call the functions after the config method otherwise you will throw an exception


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