All tagged Xamarin styles
During this post then, we will create other styles, three to be more precise, so we have a calculator that manages to distinct some buttons from others. Creating explicit styles requires the same steps needed to create implicit styles, there will only be one difference in the definition, but the main difference will be in its usage.
Using XAML Styles is probably one of the best things you can do when developing XAML applications, especially as they grow and you have more and more pages that you need to maintain, and they need to keep the same looks. This is true of course for Xamarin Forms applications as well, even when this UIs are going to be shared across Android, iOS and sometimes even Windows.
This post is about implementing implicit styles, those that are automatically applied to the entirety of the definitions from one type.