Custom Theme in Flutter

Updated 28 April 2023


Flutter provides a great feature Theme to control UI. This allows developers to improve this design and also manage different custom themes (like dark). A theme describes the colors and typographic choices of an application. To know more about the theme please check flutter doc.

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Before start let discuss some concept in Theme.

ThemeData class defines the configuration of the overall visual Theme for a MaterialApp or a widget subtree within the app.
The static Theme.of method finds the ThemeData value specified for the nearest BuildContext ancestor. This lookup is inexpensive, essentially just single HashMap access.

After defining a Theme, use it within your own widgets. Flutter’s Material widgets also use your Theme to set the background colors and font styles for AppBars, Buttons, Checkboxes, and more.

In this blog, I will implement a custom theme for both dark and light and also use common font for all widgets.
Let’s start.
First, create a Theme class and add color according to what you want in your app.

Now call the Theme element.

I hope this code will help you better to understand Custom Theme in flutter. If you feel any doubt or query please comment below.

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