Flutter Wrap Widget Examples

There are many times we need to adjust widths of children widgets to make them fit to a device’s screen size. If we aren’t sure whether to keep display a widget or to put it into a new row, we can use Wrap widget.

Wrap widget shows its children in multiple horizontal or vertical runs. It renders it’s children one at a time and puts the next children to the next row automatically if there is no space left in the current row.

Wrap widget with Chip example

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

class HomePage extends StatefulWidget {
  _HomePageState createState() => _HomePageState();

class _HomePageState extends State<HomePage> {
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      appBar: AppBar(
        title: Text('Wrap Widget'),
      backgroundColor: Colors.white,
      body: SafeArea(
        child: Container(
          color: Colors.orange,
          child: Wrap(
            spacing: 8.0, // gap between adjacent chips
            runSpacing: 4.0, // gap between lines
            children: <Widget>[
              MyChip(label: 'John'),
              MyChip(label: 'Ms. Mya Keebler DDS'),
              MyChip(label: 'Remington Padberg', color: Colors.red),
              MyChip(label: 'Nicola Hahn DDS', color: Colors.lightGreen),
              MyChip(label: 'Modesta Ryan PhD', color: Colors.white),
              MyChip(label: 'Madelynn', color: Colors.red),
              MyChip(label: 'Prof. Chaz Kilback', color: Colors.red),

class MyChip extends StatelessWidget {
  final Color color;
  final String label;

  const MyChip({Key key, this.color, this.label}) : super(key: key);

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Chip(
      avatar: CircleAvatar(backgroundColor: color ?? Colors.blue, child: Text(label[0])),
      label: Text(label),

Wrap Widget Properties

  • alignment : Determine whether children should wrap in main axis. Values are WrapAlignment.center, WrapAlignment.end, WrapAlignment.spaceAround, WrapAlignment.spaceBetween, WrapAlignment.spaceEvenly.
  • direction : Determine direction like horizontal for Row and vertical for Column.
  • spacing : Determine space between each item.
  • runSpacing : Determine space between each row like line height.

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