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Setting app level theme for TextInputLayout

If you have same design across app for TextInputLayout you can set app level style for TextInputLayout inside TextInputLayout you can set different properties to theme for TextInputLayout below is the example from material design theme. you can change parent for TextInputLayout from FilledBox to OutlinedBox and other styles can use different properties to customize the design. there is list of properties you can explore on material design website. If you have to different style for some places for TextInputLayout you can always set custom style at layout level xml which will override the app level theme. <resources> <!-- Base application theme. --> <style name ="AppTheme" parent ="Theme.MaterialComponents.Bridge" > <!-- Customize your theme here. --> <item name ="colorPrimary" > @color/colorPrimary </item> <item name ="colorPrimaryDark" > @color/colorPrimaryDark </item&g

Edit Input text with compose library

we have TextInputEditText and EditText for text input in android with compose we have new class that we need to use you can style them with different properties val state = remember { mutableStateOf (TextFieldValue( "Text" )) } Column ( modifier = androidx.compose.ui.Modifier. padding ( 16 . dp )) { TextField ( modifier = androidx.compose.ui.Modifier. fillMaxWidth () , value = state. value , onValueChange = { state. value = it } , errorColor = Color. Red , isErrorValue = false, textStyle = TextStyle( color = Color. Blue , fontSize = TextUnit.Companion.Sp( 26 ) , fontFamily = FontFamily. Monospace ) , inactiveColor = Color. Transparent , activeColor = Color. Transparent , ) } fillMaxWidth to fit to screen size inside column  inactive color and active color above are transparent to hide default bottom border setting active and inactive color wi

Styling TextInput Layout with material design library

Google release material design library which provides with material design styles for different components which can be customized. To get started you need to include material design library into your gradle file provided on this link : TextInputLayout provides different material styles Widget.MaterialComponents.TextInputLayout.FilledBox Widget.MaterialComponents.TextInputLayout.OutlinedBox for using above material themes you are required to use parent theme as parent="Theme.MaterialComponents.Bridge" this can become issue if you are using some old parent theme for your application changing the parent theme may change some UI are looking before changing to Theme.MaterialComponents.Bridge in place of changing the parent theme for your application you can assign new material components theme at your activity level your layout xml file root layout android:theme = "material theme" to keep your current dialogs and