Placing the Ubuntu Font Family downloaded form the Ubuntu font website into the lib folder.
To use this package, place the following in your
flutter: fonts: - family: Ubuntu fonts: - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-R.ttf - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-RI.ttf style: italic - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-B.ttf weight: 700 - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-BI.ttf weight: 700 style: italic - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-L.ttf weight: 300 - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-LI.ttf weight: 300 style: italic - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-M.ttf weight: 500 - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-MI.ttf weight: 500 style: italic - family: Ubuntu Mono fonts: - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/UbuntuMono-R.ttf - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/UbuntuMono-RI.ttf style: italic - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/UbuntuMono-B.ttf weight: 700 - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/UbuntuMono-BI.ttf weight: 700 style: italic - family: Ubuntu Condensed fonts: - asset: packages/ubuntu_font_flutter/Ubuntu-C.ttf
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: ubuntu_font_flutter: ^0.0.1
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