Class for the imageCache object.
Implements a least-recently-used cache of up to 1000 images, and up to 100
MB. The maximum size can be adjusted using maximumSize and
maximumSizeBytes. Images that are actively in use (i.e. to which the
application is holding references, either via ImageStream objects,
ImageStreamCompleter objects, ImageInfo objects, or raw
objects) may get evicted from the cache (and thus need to be refetched from
the network if they are referenced in the putIfAbsent method), but the raw
bits are kept in memory for as long as the application is using them.
The putIfAbsent method is the main entry-point to the cache API. It returns the previously cached ImageStreamCompleter for the given key, if available; if not, it calls the given callback to obtain it first. In either case, the key is moved to the "most recently used" position.
Generally this class is not used directly. The ImageProvider class and its subclasses automatically handle the caching of images.
- currentSize → int
The current number of cached entries.
- currentSizeBytes → int
The current size of cached entries in bytes.
- maximumSize ↔ int
Maximum number of entries to store in the cache. [...]
read / write
- maximumSizeBytes ↔ int
Maximum size of entries to store in the cache in bytes. [...]
read / write
- hashCode → int
The hash code for this object. [...]
- runtimeType → Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
) → void
- Evicts all entries from the cache. [...]
Object key) → bool
- Evicts a single entry from the cache, returning true if successful. [...]
Object key, ImageStreamCompleter loader()) → ImageStreamCompleter
- Returns the previously cached ImageStream for the given key, if available; if not, calls the given callback to obtain it first. In either case, the key is moved to the "most recently used" position. [...]
Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
) → String
Returns a string representation of this object.