Working on a flat design  concept UI? Achieve stylish looking flat buttons in your UI with Bunifu Flat Buttons. You can do this at design time and at run time. 

Adding Bunifu Flat Button at Design Time

Ensure you have your form open then locate Bunifu Flat Button in your toolbox. 

Adding Bunifu Flat Button at Run Time

We will use form Load event to add the following code:

C# code

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    var newButton = new Bunifu.Framework.UI.BunifuFlatButton();
    this.Controls.Add(newButton);
}

VB.NET code 

Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

    Dim newButton As New Bunifu.Framework.UI.BunifuFlatButton
    Controls.Add(newButton)

End Sub

With above code you should see something like this:

Custom properties

We have three sets of custom properties

Color properties

  • colbackground -  This property allows you to set the background color of the button (it will take effect whenever you hover the button for the first time).
  • colhover - This property sets the color of the button when hovered
  • colselected & Activecolor  - This property sets the color of the button when clicked
  • Normalcolor - This property sets the default color of the button 
  • OnHoverColor - This property works the same way as colhover property 
  • OnHoverTextColor -  This property allows you to set the color of the text on the button when hovered

Image Properties

  • limage or IconImage - This property allows you to set an image on the left side of the button
  • rimage or Iconimage_right - This property allows you to set an image on the right side of the button

Visibility Properties

  • iconVisible and iconRightVisible -  This prpperty allows you to choose whether to show or hide the image on the button
  • iconZoom - This property allows you to set the zoom of the image

The sample code below show the properties in action:

C# code

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.Normalcolor = Color.Purple;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.OnHovercolor = Color.Red;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.Activecolor = Color.Black;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.colbackground = Color.Blue;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.colhover = Color.Red;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.colselected = Color.Red;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.Activecolor = Color.Yellow;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.Iconcolor = Color.Violet;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.IconZoom = 100;

    this.bunifuFlatButton1.IconRightVisible = false;

}

VB.NET code

Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

    BunifuFlatButton1.Normalcolor = Color.Purple;
    BunifuFlatButton1.OnHovercolor = Color.Red;
    BunifuFlatButton1.Activecolor = Color.Black;

    BunifuFlatButton1.colbackground = Color.Blue;
    BunifuFlatButton1.colhover = Color.Red;
    BunifuFlatButton1.colselected = Color.Red;
    BunifuFlatButton1.Activecolor = Color.Yellow;
    BunifuFlatButton1.Iconcolor = Color.Violet;

    BunifuFlatButton1.IconZoom = 100;
    BunifuFlatButton1.IconRightVisible = false;

End Sub

If you did it correctly you should see something like this. 

That's it!

We hope you will enjoy using Bunifu Flat Button control and that it will help you create better user experience for your users. 

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