I have a todo app which uses provider for state management and sqlite database.

In the app I am trying to add Dismissible widget to delete item.

But the problem is when I try to delete item It does get deleted from database but I get error on the screen.I am new to flutter.

dismissible image

error in console.

════════ Exception caught by widgets library ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════
The following assertion was thrown building Dismissible-[<'howll'>](dirty, dependencies: [Directionality], state: _DismissibleState#98163(tickers: tracking 2 tickers)):
A dismissed Dismissible widget is still part of the tree.

Make sure to implement the onDismissed handler and to immediately remove the Dismissible
widget from the application once that handler has fired.
User-created ancestor of the error-causing widget was: 
  TaskListTile file:///C:/Users/adity/Desktop/flutter-app/todoye/lib/widgets/task_list_view.dart:14:22
When the exception was thrown, this was the stack: 
#0      _DismissibleState.build.<anonymous closure> (package:flutter/src/widgets/dismissible.dart:526:11)
#1      _DismissibleState.build (package:flutter/src/widgets/dismissible.dart:533:8)
#2      StatefulElement.build (package:flutter/src/widgets/framework.dart:4047:27)
#3      ComponentElement.performRebuild (package:flutter/src/widgets/framework.dart:3941:15)
#4      Element.rebuild (package:flutter/src/widgets/framework.dart:3738:5)

This is my code.


      key: Key(taskTitle),
      onDismissed: (direction) {
            .showSnackBar(SnackBar(content: Text("$taskTitle removed.")));
      child: ListTile(
           title: Text(


void deleteTask(int id) {


Future<void> deleteTask(int id) async {
    await openDb();
    await _database.delete(
      where: 'id = ?',
      whereArgs: [id],


class TaskListView extends StatelessWidget {
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Consumer<TaskData>(
      builder: (context, taskData, child) {
        return ListView.builder(
            itemCount: taskData.taskCount,
            itemBuilder: (context, index) {
              return TaskListTile(
                taskTitle: taskData.tasks[index].name,
                isChecked: taskData.tasks[index].isDone,
                checkboxCallback: (checkboxState) {
                deleteCallback: () {

Solution 1: Pablo Barrera

When you dismiss a Dismissible, you should remove it from the widget tree. In your case, you are showing a Dismissible for each item of taskData, so if you dismiss the Dismissible of an item you should remove that item from the list.

So, in the deleteCallback, after doing deleteTask(), you should do taskData.removeAt(index) inside setState().

Solution 2: Mizuki

If you are sure about the your dismissible widget is removed. Try to fix key. Key should be unique. If tasks's id is unique,

key: Key(taskData.tasks[index].id)

If you didn’t have any other constant and unique data, you could try

key: UniqueKey()