Tag: HSB

Change UIColors to RGB and HSB colors

One dilemma you’ll find when working with colors is switching between color systems. There’s two you’ll most often be using: the Red-Green-Blue or RGB and Hue-Saturation-Brightness or HSB. Download the Exercise file and run. It will give you the HSB value, but what if… Continue Reading “Change UIColors to RGB and HSB colors”

Swift Swift: Making Colorful Table views

Sometimes you’d like to make a colorful table.  Here’s a technique to do that when configuring a table view cell. It uses the HSB UIColor methods, so if you are not familiar with them, check out my post on HSB color here. Make a… Continue Reading “Swift Swift: Making Colorful Table views”

Swift Swift: Using UIColor in Swift Part 2: Making a Color Palette with HSB

[Updated to Swift 2.0/iOS9 SJL 9/18/15] In our last post we discussed the RGB color space which uses red green and blue to create color. It is a very popular color space to communicate and specify color since it uses a very easy numbering… Continue Reading “Swift Swift: Using UIColor in Swift Part 2: Making a Color Palette with HSB”