Chapter 5. Styling an Application

When you initially get started building a ThinWire application, you might not be that concerned with customizing the style of your application. At some point, however, you’ll probably want to make some tweaks to the default style in one way or another. The good news is that ThinWire has a very flexible styling system that allows developers to change the default style in a number of ways. Whether you just want to make some minor color changes or build a completely new look and feel, ThinWire probably has a way for you to accomplish your goal.

As you might have discovered by now, ThinWire’s default style has a relatively similar look and feel to the scheme used by various versions of the Microsoft Windows operating ...

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