by Burke Holland
Provides API for setting the status bar style on iOS
npm install nativescript-statusbar
Then in your NativeScript project .xml file, add the namespace for the plugin. I'm calling it "x" here, but you can name it anything you want.
iOS only supports a list of settings (default, light, dark, opaque), not a specific color. Android will support any hex background color, but you cannot change the text color on the status bar.
<Page xmlns="http://schemas.nativescript.org/tns.xsd" xmlns:x="nativescript-statusbar"> <!-- Use the tag with StatusBar to style it Available ios settings: default light dark opaque --> <x:StatusBar ios:barStyle="light" barColor="#00A7DC" /> </Page>
Those settings, combined with an ActionBar that has
background-color: #00C0F5 will give you...
Note The StatusBar plugin will not set the color of the StatusBar on iOS if you don't have an ActionBar as well. If you want to set the color of the StatusBar in NativeScript without having an ActionBar, you can set it to the page background color by setting
backgroundSpanUnderStatusBar="true". Otherwise you will have a white StatusBar no matter what you do.
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