Core Graphics: How to Make a Glossy Button

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a customizable, reusable glossy button using only Core Graphics. By Lea Marolt Sonnenschein.

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Where to Go From Here?

Now that you’ve gone through all of the steps to create custom buttons from scratch, you should be intimately familiar with how to customize every aspect of the button to your liking for your project’s style!

Hopefully, this tutorial helped you become more comfortable with Core Graphics and sparked an interest in exploring the API further. :]

If this tutorial was a little hard to follow, or you want to make sure to cover your basics, check out our Beginning Core Graphics video series.

If you’re looking for something more advanced, take a look at the Intermediate Core Graphics course.

And if you don’t feel like you can commit to a full course yet, try the Core Graphics Article Series where you’ll learn how to draw an entire app, including graphs, from scratch with Core Graphics!

Plus there are many more Core Graphics tutorials, all recently updated for Xcode 10, on the site.

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