This page contains a list of functions defined in the pyto_ui module.

pyto_ui.font_family_names() → List[str]

Returns all font family names that can be used to initialize a font.

Return type:List[str]
pyto_ui.image_with_system_name(name: str) → None

Returns a system symbol image from given name. The return value is an UIKit UIImage object, so it can only be used on the pyto_ui library. More info about symbols on Apple’s Web Site .

Parameters:name – The name of the SF Symbol.
Return type:UIImage

Showing views

pyto_ui.show_view(view: pyto_ui.View, mode: ui_constants.PRESENTATION_MODE)

Presents the given view.

This function doesn’t return until the view is closed. You can use another thread to perform background tasks and modify the UI after it’s presented.

On iPad, if the view has a custom size, it will be used for the presentation.

  • view – The View object to present.
  • mode – The presentation mode to use. The value will be ignored on a widget. See Presentation Mode constants for possible values.
pyto_ui.show_view_controller(view_controller: UIViewController)

Shows an UIKit View Controller. This function must be called from the main thread.

See Objective-C and mainthread.

Parameters:view_controller – UIViewController.

System pickers

pyto_ui.pick_color() → pyto_ui.Color

Picks a color with the system color picker and returns it.

Requires iOS 14.

Return type:pyto_ui.Color
pyto_ui.pick_font(size: Optional[float] = None) → pyto_ui.Font

Picks a font with the system font picker and returns it.

Return type:pyto_ui.Font