Today we will learn about setting custom font through XML with DataBinding. We already know how to set custom font through java code.
Typeface custom_font = Typeface.createFromAsset(getAssets(), "fonts/font name.ttf");
It will set font type for given TextView or other View. But what if we have more number of TextViews/EditTexts throughout the application and that also with multiple custom fonts? We need to declare those number of objects for TextView/EditText as well as for TypeFace declaration. Don’t you think it will increase number of codes? Yes, so other option will come in your mind is to create Custom TextView/EditText. Not a bad idea but we have 15-20 custom fonts throughout the app so creating those number of Custom class would realy be a bad idea. So what is the simplest and easy solution? Answer is DataBinding.
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