Learn how to use a HEX color string like “#808080”(grey hex color code) in Swift with UIColor.
In this article, we will learn how to use a HEX color string like “#808080”(grey hex color code) in Swift with UIColor.
Most designers and color pickers are working with hex color values, but there is no builtin conversion from a hex string to a UIColor. Let’s dive in and create a UIColor Swift extension that you can use to paste hex values directly into your swift code.
We will create a failable initializer, which will return nil if you specify a color in the wrong format.
The hex string should start with ‘#’ character and have red, green, blue and alpha components.
Now you can easily use this function to initialize UIColor with a hex color value.
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