- Be able to use Xcode (certainly to create an App!)
- Be able to install custom fonts in your App
TTF: TrueType Fonts, that were originally developed by Apple
OFT: OpenType Fonts, a relatively newer font that has been based on the TrueType standard
You will need to have added a custom font into your project, and of course have linked to this through your .plist file. Done? No problem.
I set up a Resources.swift file with the following contents:
And then this can be called from AppDelegate (for example didFinishLaunchingWithOptions)
You can get a prototype App looking production ready faster than ever before using this technique. So why not get to it?
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