Flutter hassome essentials to learn when we’re introduction to widgets. Let’s briefly address these first.
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What are Flutter Widgets?
To briefly explain the widget structure, the entire flutter is almost made up of widgets. Why Flutter? Flutter Setup and Programming Logic As I mentioned, it’s all actually nested logic. This intertwined logic allows us to do direct result-oriented processing, not memorization.Now let‘s take a look through Visual Studio Code.
Flutter Widgets Example:
I created a new content with Ctrl+shift+p combinations and named it widgets.
Notice that the first letter when you create the file has to be small because the flutter is case sensitive. He’ll warn you if you overest his initials. I deleted it all here after the main code.
Flutter Widgets Visual Studio Code
If you look at the places where I marked the opening screen with Yellow in this way, the widget that was found in the first place is actually the way I wrote it (widget) which is why visual studio code is seen as such. The second yellow part is the part where we do the Lib filing. Custom files are created where necessary.
Futter Stateless Widget
There may have been some places here that you don’t know, and if you listen to the lessons that will sit over time, you can become a professional mobile app developer and make the app you want.
Flutter was made up of widgets, as mentioned above. The other widgets consisted of 2 main widgets. (inheritance).
What are Flutter Stateless Widgets?
Stateless Widgets, if necessary, to be precise. It is used on fixed pages that do not function when you call it, which is not heavy load.
For example:Icon, IconButton, and Text. The code structure is as follows.