BorderStyleproperty which includes a number of variation options namely: Solid, Dash, and Dot.
CustomizableEdges. property. Here' you can choose which edges will be included when styling the border radius:
true. Once this is set, you will notice that the property
IndicateFocusis also applied to
true. This is because this property
IndicateFocusis used to set visual some focus to the button once clicked.
FocusState, meaning that you can use the Idle state, Hover state or Pressed state (which is the default state) as the state to be used when active or focused.
AutoGenerateColorsis set to
true. This is a pretty awesome feature as it lets you simply work with one color for the button's background and border or one for the background and another for the border and you're all set!
IdleBorderColorand the same colors will be used to generate a variation of two color sets - a lighter contrast for the hover state, and a darker contrast for the pressed state.
ColorContrastOnClick. These two properties accept integer values between 0 and 100 or even a negative value if you'd wish to have reverse colors generated (hover colors representing pressed and pressed colors representing hover). This makes up for some interesting color mixes which, of course, will be based on your own preferences.
IdleIconRightImage. These properties accept
Imagetype variables, meaning you can pass an image to each via code. Also, we have extended this property to the various states to allow you to change the icons when in either the Hover or Pressed states, giving you maximum flexibility.