A few days ago I mentioned a nice library enabling you to create custom navigation bars with gradient coloring, and blurring.
While that library utilizes a custom navigation bar class there are a wide number of customizations that can be done using the iOS SDK and iOS 7 has changed a few things.
If you’ve been wondering how to create customized status and navigation bars, or been struggling to get your custom status bars to look right in iOS 7 here’s a tutorial that uncovers how to create many different styles of custom status bars and other customizations in the status bar areas.
Some of the customizations you’ll learn include:
– How to change the background color
– How to use a background image
– How to create a custom back button
– Customizing the font
– Using an image as your title
– Change the status bar style (dark/light)
Here’s an image from the tutorial showing one of the custom status bars that you’ll create – made from a background image:
You can find the tutorial over on the Appcoda blog.
A nice extensive tutorial on customizing the navigation bar.
Thanks to Chris for the submission.
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