You can use the alignment property to format your app elements. After watching this video you'll be able to manipulate columns simply in the Flutter framework.
using a container to lay out a single widget … such as a piece of text or a image … and we can define its padding, its margin, … its size, its background color, et cetera. … But what if you had lots of different things … that you want to lay out relative to each other? … Well, in that case, … you need something that can take lots of children … and looking specifically at the layout widgets, … we're going to go down to the multi-child layout widget section … and you can see the most commonly used ones … to layout multiple-child widgets are rows and columns. … Rows go horizontal. … Columns will go vertical. … Let's go ahead and create a column of our own. … What if instead of only having a single container, … I had lots of different containers? … So I'm going to go ahead and get rid of the margin and padding … so we don't confuse ourselves … and I'm going to name it Container 1. … So here's Container 1 and it's white … and I'm going to collapse my container. … So you can see that all the code …
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