Library For Customized iOS (Beyond UIAppearance) UIKit Components Using A CSS Style Syntax
A framework allowing you to customize user interface components using a CSS style syntax with further customizations using a Plist file making your customization schemes extremely portable.
Allows more customization than with the UIAppearance protocol using Quartz and Core Image.
You can create customized themes, and use a .plist file to define your customized stylings.
Here's an image of the default look that Nui applies to your interfaces:
Here's an interface with some customizations applied:
You can find Nui by Tom Benner on Github here with documentation and examples.
A great library for customizing interfaces, and with CSS styling and the ability to define further customizations this solution is ultra-portable between apps.
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