FlexGrow property describes how any space within a container should be distributed among its children along the main axis. After laying out its children, a container will distribute any remaining space according to the
FlexGrow values specified by its children.
FlexGrow accepts any floating point value >= 0, with 0 being the default value. A container will distribute any remaining space among its children weighted by the child’s
FlexShrink property describes how to shrink children along the main axis in the case that the total size of the children overflow the size of the container on the main axis.
FlexShrink is very similar to
FlexGrow and can be thought of in the same way if any overflowing size is considered to be negative remaining space. These two properties also work well together by allowing children to grow and shrink as needed.
FlexShrink accepts any floating point value >= 0, with 0 being the default value. A container will shrink its children weighted by the child’s
FlexBasis property is an axis-independent way of providing the default size of an item on the main axis. Setting the
FlexBasis of a child is similar to setting the
Width of that child if its parent is a container with
FlexDirection = row or setting the
Height of a child if its parent is a container with
FlexDirection = column. The
FlexBasis of an item is the default size of that item, the size of the item before any
FlexShrink calculations are performed.