A cohesive visual style is important to any web or mobile app. Developers have been doing this on the web using CSS for many years, and for native Android apps Styles and Themes are the standard.
For iOS apps, there is UIAppearance. But while powerful and available since iOS 5, many apps still don’t take advantage of its abilities.
In this guide, you will:
Learn how to use UIAppearance to style all the components of one type across your app
Discover how to use subclassing to accomplish a CSS-like functionality
Access links to the full code so you can try this project out for yourself
Download the ebook to get started using UIAppearance to create iOS app themes today!