rt.parse_colors: Palette information

Description Usage Details

View source: R/material_colors.R

Description

rt.parse_colors

Usage

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rt.parse_colors(assign_as = "rt_colors")

Details

Google suggests using the 500 colors as the primary colors in your app and the other colors as accents colors.

This color palette comprises primary and accent colors that can be used for illustration or to develop your brand colors. They<e2><80><99>ve been designed to work harmoniously with each other.The color palette starts with primary colors and fills in the spectrum to create a complete and usable palette for Android, Web, and iOS. Google suggests using the 500 colors as the primary colors in your app and the other colors as accents colors. Choosing a color palette Your app's color palette may be defined by using a custom palette suited to your brand, such as monochromatic, black and white, full color, or neutral. Alternatively, you may use the material design color palette. All color palettes should include sufficient contrast between different UI elements. Text opacity Text may be displayed with different degrees of opacity to convey how important certain information is relative to other information. The level of opacity used for text depends on whether your background is darker or lighter. Themes let you apply a consistent tone to an app. The theme specifies the darkness of the surfaces, level of shadow, and appropriate opacity of ink elements. To promote greater consistency between apps, light and dark themes are available to choose from.


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