Flutter is a UI toolkit for building natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop with a single codebase. It includes a large collection of customizable widgets, which are the basic building blocks of the user interface. Some of the most commonly used widgets in Flutter include:
- Container: A convenience widget that combines common painting, positioning, and sizing widgets.
- Text: Used for displaying a short piece of text.
- Row and Column: Used for arranging children widgets in a horizontal or vertical line.
- Stack: Overlays multiple children widgets.
- Expanded: Takes up remaining free space.
- ListView: A scrollable list of widgets.
- Card: A material design card.
- Button: A Material Design raised button.
- Image: Displays an image.
- Icon: Displays an icon.
- Form: A form widget that manages a child widgets.
- TextField: A Material Design text field.
- Checkbox: A Material Design checkbox.
- Radio: A Material Design radio button.
- Slider: A Material Design slider.
- AppBar: A Material Design app bar.
- BottomNavigationBar: A Material Design bottom navigation bar.
- TabBar: A Material Design tab bar.
These are just a few examples of the many widgets available in Flutter. Each widget has its own unique properties and methods, and can be customized to meet the needs of your application.
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