A simple library for getting the Theme’s TextTheme with less boilerplate code.

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I don’t know about you but I got tired of the traditional:

Theme.of(context).textTheme

So I built a very simple extension to simplify it to:

context.textTheme

An example usage would be:

Enjoy and grab it here if you want:


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