Differentiate StatelessWidget and StatefulWidget

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Hi Guys,

I am new in Flutter. Can anyone explain to me what is the difference between StatelessWidget and StatefulWidget

Jul 20, 2020 in Others by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

StatelessWidget state creates ONLY ONCE, then it can update values but not state explicitly. That's why it has only one class which extends with StatelessWidget. They can never re-run build() method again.

StatefulWidgets can update their STATE (locally) & values multiple times upon event triggered. That's the reason, the implementation is also different. In this, we have 2 classes, one is StatefulWidget & the other is its State implementation handler i.e. State<YourWidget>. So if I say, they can re-run build() method again & again based on events triggered.

answered Jul 20, 2020 by MD
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