Since the CSS query 'prefer-color-Scheme' doesn't work on Android with Xamarin.Forms WebView, I needed to find a solution to support dark mode for local HTML content. In this post, I will show you a solution just for Xamarin.Forms.
As the 'prefer-color-scheme'-CSS query does not work on Android with a Xamarin.Forms WebView, I needed find a workaround to support dark mode for local HTML content. In this post, I'll show you a Xamarin.Forms only workaround.
Recently I updated my blog reader app to support the dark mode newer iOS and Android version support. While everything went smooth on iOS and the update is already live in the App Store, I had some more work to do on Android. One of the bigger problems: the
WebView I use to view posts does not automatically switch to dark mode with
On part of the problem is that the
WebView does not support the CSS query “
prefers-color-scheme“. This works as intended on iOS however and is a problem specific to Android. You can refer to this issue on the
Xamarin.Forms repository on Github.
Hello World, today we are going to see how we can implement a dark theme or night mode in our android application. This tutorial is going to be very simple and easy to understand. The dark theme is attractive to users and it is comfortable for low light conditions.
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A complete guide for elegantly implementing and switching between light and dark theme for web apps. Dark Mode Switcher Using CSS Variables in LESS, SASS, or Vanilla CSS. Dark Mode using CSS Variables