Learning to dig into a widget's basic components allows you to fine-tune the look of your app. Using the .of method returns theme data that you can use to tweak your themes and perfectly match your vision.
and it's working beautifully as well, … but for the keen-eyed amongst you, … especially those who are designers, … you will have noticed that there is a major difference … between our slider and their slider. … So one of the things is that they obviously … have a white active site … and a gray inactive site, which is very easy to change … so the color of the main toggle, … also changes to the same color as the active track, … which is probably not what you want. … Also, if we look at this one, … that holder, or handle, is much, much bigger … than what we have here, which is a tiny one. … So, how can we make our design look more like this? … Well, if we go over to the documentation … on the slider class, you can see that … we have our usual properties, … which we change, say the "activeColor," "inactiveColor," … and once you get to the bottom the list, … you'll notice that there's nothing that allows us … to just change, for example, the size of that handle, … or the color of that handle, …
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- Using Flutter themes
- Refactoring widgets
- Customizing widgets using themes
- Routes and navigating
- Dart maps