RotatedBox (Widget of the Week)

RotatedBox (Widget of the Week)

Want to add an element to your design that is rotated by increments of 90 degrees? Like this: πŸ–€ β†’ β₯? Use the RotatedBox widget. Learn how it works, how to set it up, and how it differs from Transform.rotate.

Want to add an element to your design that is rotated by increments of 90 degrees? Like this: πŸ–€ β†’ β₯? Use the RotatedBox widget. Learn how it works, how to set it up, and how it differs from Transform.rotate.

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