Use your own icons in 4D for iOS

Automatically translated from English

As we’ve seen in the last two 4D for iOS blog posts  (data formatters and the creation of custom templates), 4D for iOS is becoming more feature-rich with each version. This provides more options when building your 4D for iOS applications. In this blog post, we’ll look at how you can use your own icons for more personalized apps.

To ease the process, new tutorials are available to guide you through the process step by step. You’ll learn how to include and use your own icons in your all of your 4D for iOS projects. 

With just a few clicks, you’ll be able to enliven your library with your own icons. As you can see below, the blue icons are new ones!

And here’s they are in a 4D for iOS app! As you can see, your icons will be nicely displayed in the TabBar as well as in you detail view screen.

David Azancot

• 4D for iOS Product Owner •

David Azancot joined the 4D Product team as a Product Owner in 2017. He's in charge of writing the user stories and translating them into functional specifications. His role also includes making sure that feature implementations meet customers' needs.

David graduated with an MBA in Marketing, Internet and Mobility from the Leonard De Vinci Institute and began his career in 2011 with a mobile start-up company, later acquired by Madvertise (a mobile marketing group). Passionate about mobile interfaces, he was the natural choice to develop interactive mobile ad formats for the group in 2015. In parallel, David has been developing his own iOS and Android applications since 2012.