[Solved] Error: No named parameter with the name ’displayLarge’

In this post, we are going to show you how to solve  Error: No named parameter with the name 'displayLarge' error due to the Google Fonts package in Flutter. This error occurs due to the older version of google_fonts package. See the solution below to solve this error.

google_fonts-2.3.0/lib/google_fonts.dart:142265:7: Error: 
No named parameter with the name 'displayLarge'.
Context: Found this candidate, but the arguments don't match.
  const TextTheme({

To solve this error, Upgrade the google_fonts package in your futter app.

This error may occur even if you haven't used google_fonts package in your project. It's due to some of integrated packages may have used the google_fonts package with this issues. To solve this error at once, add the latest google_fonts package at pubspec.yaml file.

To solve this error, you need to add the latest version of google_fonts package on your app, at least above google_fonts: 2.2.0, For example, I have added latest package at pubspec.yaml file located at root directory of the project.

    sdk: flutter
  google_fonts: ^2.3.1

Now, clean the cache with the following command:

flutter clean

download the integrated packages,

flutter pub get

Now, your issue gets fixed, you can run your app.

In this way, you can solve "Error: No named parameter with the name 'displayLarge' " error due to google_fonts package in Flutter. 

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