In this blog, we will explore the Backdrop Filter Widget In Flutter. Flutter Backdrop Filter Widget is utilizing to making blurring impacts on pictures, Containers, and every one of the widgets. Backdrop Filter widget is utilized with a mix of ImageFilter class. Creating Blur Effect Using BackdropFilter Widget In Your Flutter Apps
Sometimes you need to apply a blurry impact on your application. How might you make such an impact in case you’re utilizing Flutter?. A widget called
BackdropFilter is appropriate for that reason.
BackdropFilter is a widget that applies a filter to the current painted substance and afterward paints its
child widget. Flutter will apply the filter to all spaces inside its parent widget’s clip. That implies if there’s no clip, the filter will be applied to the whole screen.
In this blog, we will explore the Backdrop Filter Widget In Flutter.We will see how to implement a demo program of the backdrop filter widget and show you how to use that widget for creating a blur effect, in your flutter applications.
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Backdrop Filter Widget
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