I am trying to achieve a custom design dynamically from my button. I have designed this button from a Container with InkWell. But I am not getting a correct way how I can set 2 different colours to this button based on received values from my API. For reference here is the button: enter image description here

In this button grey part is container background color. Then I added a image in this container. Now the red color should dynamic with height received from server. But I am not getting a correct way how I can do it.

Solution 1: diegoveloper

You can do it using gradient but in case you want to create your own Container to get more customization, here you have:

class MyCustomContainer extends StatelessWidget {
  final Color backgroundColor;
  final Color progressColor;
  final double progress;
  final double size;

  const MyCustomContainer({
    Key key,
    this.backgroundColor = Colors.grey,
    this.progressColor = Colors.red,
    @required this.progress,
    @required this.size,
  }) : super(key: key);

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return ClipRRect(
      borderRadius: BorderRadius.circular(size / 2),
      child: SizedBox(
        height: size,
        width: size,
        child: Stack(
          children: [
              color: backgroundColor,
              alignment: Alignment.bottomCenter,
              child: Container(
                height: size * progress,
                color: progressColor,


        child: MyCustomContainer(
          progress: 0.7,
          size: 100,
          backgroundColor: Colors.grey,
          progressColor: Colors.red,


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And of course you can customize that widget to receive a child and put it at the center.

Solution 2: Hemanth Raj

You can easily achieve this with container and linear gradient. Pass in the colors as gradient and define appropriate stops at the required percentages.


Widget build(BuildContext context) {
  final Color background = Colors.grey;
  final Color fill = Colors.redAccent;
  final List<Color> gradient = [
  final double fillPercent = 56.23; // fills 56.23% for container from bottom
  final double fillStop = (100 - fillPercent) / 100;
  final List<double> stops = [0.0, fillStop, fillStop, 1.0];

  return Container(
    child: Icon(Icons.forward),
    decoration: BoxDecoration(
      gradient: LinearGradient(
        colors: gradient,
        stops: stops,
        end: Alignment.bottomCenter,
        begin: Alignment.topCenter,

Hope this helps!