Flutter Add Image

Flutter is an open source framework by Google for building beautiful, natively compiled, multi-platform applications from a single code base. Flutter allows you to build apps for mobile, web, dekstop, and embedded devices – all from a single codebase. Referring to the official documentation we can easily add image in a flutter app using the […]

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Flutter Dark Theme

Continuing the previous blog post which explained flutter Scaffold() and AppBar() widgets. We had used home argument of MaterialApp() widget and the value of this argument was a Scaffold() Widget. Scaffold() Widget had appBar arugment that accepts AppBar() constructor, the consturctor accepts title argument with the value of Text() widget and body argument with a value of […]

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Flutter Scaffold and AppBar Widgets

Flutter Scaffold and AppBar Widgets help in the beautification of our App and display some string in the app bar. Consider the following flutter code. Here we have used MaterialApp() widget and are using home parameter of the MaterialApp() widget. In the home parameter, we are using a Text widget that displays some text. Output […]

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Minimal Flutter App

Minimal Flutter app is the simplest possible app that calls the runApp( ) function with a widget. In the main function, we are calling runApp( ) function where we are passing two widgets directly irrespective of Stateless or Stateful behavior. We have wrapped the Text( ) widget in Center Widget. In other words, the Center( […]

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Dart Named Arguments

There are two types of arguments for a constructor in dart. Positional arguments – These are commonly used. For Positional arguments you have to remember which argument goes in to which place. Named arguments – This is a new concept if you belong to C++, Java or PHP. For Named Arguments you don’t need to […]

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First Flutter Widget

What is Flutter? Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, desktop, and embedded devices from a single codebase. I assume that you have successfully installed flutter either with Android Studio IDE or VS Code and have successfully configured an emulator. If you want to install flutter, kindly follow […]

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