The first non-default tint adjustment mode value in the view’s hierarchy, ascending from and starting with the view itself.
When this property’s value is
UIViewTintAdjustmentModeDimmed, the value of the
tintColor property is modified to provide a dimmed appearance.
If the system cannot find a non-default value in the subview hierarchy when you query this property, the value is
When this property’s value changes (either by the view’s value changing or by one of its superview’s values changing), -the system calls the
tintColorDidChange method to allow the view to refresh its rendering.
Configuring a View’s Visual Appearance
A Boolean value that determines whether the view is hidden.
A Boolean value that determines whether the view is opaque.
The first nondefault tint color value in the view’s hierarchy, ascending from and starting with the view itself.
A Boolean value that determines whether subviews are confined to the bounds of the view.
A Boolean value that determines whether the view’s bounds should be automatically cleared before drawing.
An optional view whose alpha channel is used to mask a view’s content.
Returns the class used to create the layer for instances of this class.
The view’s Core Animation layer used for rendering.