In Flutter, the
Text widget is used to display a short piece of text. It is a lightweight widget that does not have its own scrolling behavior, so it is often used in combination with other widgets, such as
Expanded, to control its layout and appearance.
Here is an example of how to use the
Text widget in Flutter:
Text( 'Hello World!', style: TextStyle( fontSize: 32, color: Colors.green, ), )
This will create a
Text widget that displays the text “Hello World!” with a font size of 32 and a green color.
Text widget has many additional properties and options that you can use to customize its appearance and behavior. For example, you can use the
textAlign property to align the text left, right, center, or justified. You can also use the
maxLines property to control the maximum number of lines that the text should occupy, and the
overflow property to specify how the text should be displayed if it overflows its bounds.
For more information about the
Text widget and its options, you can refer to the Flutter documentation.