PKPaymentButton.GetAppearance PKPaymentButton.GetAppearance Method

Definition

Overloads

GetAppearance(UITraitCollection) GetAppearance(UITraitCollection)

Gets the appearance for the specified traits.

GetAppearance(UITraitCollection, Type[]) GetAppearance(UITraitCollection, Type[])

Gets the appearance for the specified traits and containers.

GetAppearance<T>() GetAppearance<T>()

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton.

GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection) GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection)

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton.

GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection, Type[]) GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection, Type[])

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton that has the specified trait collection when the view is hosted in the specified hierarchy.

GetAppearance(UITraitCollection) GetAppearance(UITraitCollection)

Gets the appearance for the specified traits.

public static PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance GetAppearance (UIKit.UITraitCollection traits);
static member GetAppearance : UIKit.UITraitCollection -> PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance

Parameters

Returns

GetAppearance(UITraitCollection, Type[]) GetAppearance(UITraitCollection, Type[])

Gets the appearance for the specified traits and containers.

public static PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance GetAppearance (UIKit.UITraitCollection traits, params Type[] containers);
static member GetAppearance : UIKit.UITraitCollection * Type[] -> PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance

Parameters

containers
Type[]

Returns

GetAppearance<T>() GetAppearance<T>()

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton.

public static PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance GetAppearance<T> () where T : PassKit.PKPaymentButton;
static member GetAppearance : unit -> PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance (requires 'T :> PassKit.PKPaymentButton)

Type Parameters

T

The type for which the UIAppearance proxy must be returned. This is a subclass of PKPaymentButton.

Returns

Remarks

Setting any appearance properties on the returned object will affect the appearance of all classes and subclasses of the type parameter.

Unlike the Appearance property, or the AppearanceWhenContainedIn(Type[]) method which only work on instances of this particular class, the proxies returned by GetAppearance can be used to change the style of subclasses.

The following example shows how the GetAppearance method works


var myTheme = PKPaymentButton.GetAppearance<MyPKPaymentButtonSubclass> ();
myTheme.TintColor = UIColor.Red;

For more information, see the documentation for the UIAppearance class.

GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection) GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection)

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton.

public static PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance GetAppearance<T> (UIKit.UITraitCollection traits) where T : PassKit.PKPaymentButton;
static member GetAppearance : UIKit.UITraitCollection -> PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance (requires 'T :> PassKit.PKPaymentButton)

Type Parameters

T

The type for which the UIAppearance proxy must be returned. This is a subclass of PKPaymentButton.

Parameters

traits
UITraitCollection UITraitCollection

Trait collection to match.

Returns

Remarks

The returned object represents the UIAppearance proxy where developers can set appearance properties for instances of PKPaymentButton.

Unlike the Appearance property, or the AppearanceWhenContainedIn(Type[]) method which only work on instances of this particular class, the proxies returned by GetAppearance can be used to change the style of subclasses.

The following example shows how the GetAppearance method works


var myTheme = PKPaymentButton.GetAppearance<MyPKPaymentButtonSubclass> (myTraits, );
myTheme.TintColor = UIColor.Red;

For more information, see the documentation for the UIAppearance class.

GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection, Type[]) GetAppearance<T>(UITraitCollection, Type[])

Obtains the appearance proxy PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance for the subclass of PKPaymentButton that has the specified trait collection when the view is hosted in the specified hierarchy.

public static PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance GetAppearance<T> (UIKit.UITraitCollection traits, params Type[] containers) where T : PassKit.PKPaymentButton;
static member GetAppearance : UIKit.UITraitCollection * Type[] -> PassKit.PKPaymentButton.PKPaymentButtonAppearance (requires 'T :> PassKit.PKPaymentButton)

Type Parameters

T

The type for which the UIAppearance proxy must be returned. This is a subclass of PKPaymentButton.

Parameters

traits
UITraitCollection UITraitCollection

Trait collection to match.

containers
Type[]

List of types that the developer wishes to have as the containers to apply this particular appearance.

Returns

Remarks

The returned object represents the UIAppearance proxy where developers can set appearance properties for instances of PKPaymentButton that has the specified trait collection when the view is hosted in the specified hierarchy when those instances are contained in the hierarchy specified by the containers parameter.

Unlike the Appearance property, or the AppearanceWhenContainedIn(Type[]) method which only work on instances of this particular class, the proxies returned by GetAppearance can be used to change the style of subclasses.

The following example shows how the GetAppearance method works


var myTheme = PKPaymentButton.GetAppearance<MyPKPaymentButtonSubclass> (myTraits, typeof (UINavigationBar), typeof (UIPopoverController));
myTheme.TintColor = UIColor.Red;

For more information, see the documentation for the UIAppearance class.

Applies to