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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Settting a Background Image on a UIView in iOS

How to Set the Background Image of a UIView

// Oddly, we set the background to be a color, with the image applied as a pattern
UIColor *bg= [[UIColor alloc] initWithPatternImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"myimg.png"]];

// Then we just set the background to be our new color on whatever UIView we want to.
// Here, I am assuming you are inside of a UIView
self.view.backgroundColor = bg;

Note: If you're getting a black background image instead of the image you expected, then check to make sure that you've added the image file to your project, and didn't just copy to the project folder on the filesystem. Use "Add File to ___ ..." to include the image in your project.




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