Who else is bored of squared text fields with rounded corners? I know I am. I was coding for my first app Rivyou when I realised that Apple’s default design for text fields is just not for me.
But… what was the alternative? A rectangle with rough edges? Ew, that’s the opposite of design. A text field with no borders? Interesting, but too empty. So how about a line under the no borders text field? Now we’re talking!
With just a few lines of code, you can make your text field look just as nice and keep your apps design catchy for your users!
- Create the lines
- Connect it to your class
- Add the animation
Full Article: Margels @ Medium
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