Create Responsive Code

Create and edit responsive code on Monday Hero.

Why Use Responsive Layouts?

When developing a mobile app, it's essential to ensure consistent functionality across various devices. Responsive design ensures that your app adapts to different screen sizes, preventing overlapping components and overflow errors that can lead to a poor user experience.

Monday Hero streamlines this process by automatically generating responsive code tailored to fit every device. It offers the convenience of automatically guessing the responsive components, which you can preview or edit as needed. Alternatively, if you prefer more control, you can manually add or edit responsive components through Monday Hero.

Automatically Add Responsive Components

Click to the 'Make Responsive Layout' button within the 'Widget Tree' menu. This convenient tool automatically guesses and arranges Rows, Columns, and Stacks, making your app ready for different screen sizes. You can easily review and edit the layout as needed once it's ready.

Manually Add or Edit Multi-Child Layout Widgets For Responsive Layout

Flutter provides multi-child layout widgets like Row, Column, and Stack for arranging items. You manually arrange items by using multi-child layout widgets in Flutter. These widgets get multiple items as a list in their 'children' property and arrange them in the list order. Row, column, and stack are the most used examples.


Row is a widget that arranges its children horizontally in a line. Here's an example of how to group multiple widgets in a row:


Column is a widget that arranges its children vertically in a stack. Here's an example of how to group multiple widgets in a column:

Common Alignment Options

These properties control how widgets are aligned within Rows and Columns:

  • MainAxisAlignment: Aligns children horizontally (for Row) or vertically (for Column).

  • CrossAxisAlignment: Aligns children vertically (for Row) or horizontally (for Column).

Options for MainAxisAlignment and CrossAxisAlignment include:

  • Start: Places children at the start of the widget.

  • End: Places children at the end of the widget.

  • Center: Places children at the center of the widget.

  • Space Between: Distributes space evenly between children.

  • Space Around: Distributes space evenly around children.

  • Space Evenly: Distributes space evenly between, before, and after each child.

You can adjust alignment properties directly within Monday Hero when grouping UI elements.


Stack is a widget that allows you to position its children relative to the edges of its box. It's particularly useful for overlapping multiple children, such as mixing texts, images, and buttons seamlessly. Here's an example demonstrating how to group multiple widgets in a stack:

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