From what I've understood from optional parameters is that, optional parameters have default values, while named parameters don't need. but in Dart, when declaring a named parameters/arguments, they use @required annotation that a specific argument should have a value declared when using it. Great Article by the way. Sorry if I differentiate optional and named parameters. This was something Dart clarifies me of using it when developing flutter apps.
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