A WPF theme.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Core
Related API Members
The following members return Theme objects:
You need to create a Theme class instance when you load and register a custom theme that you wish to use in a WPF application.
To do this, follow the steps below.
- Add a reference to an assembly that contains a custom theme.
Create a Theme instance using the Theme constructor overload that takes two arguments: theme name (the one you have specified when creating the theme) and full name (includes namespace and version number) as shown below.
- Specify the assembly name (matches the theme full name by default) using the Theme.AssemblyName property.
- Use the static Theme.RegisterTheme method to register the new theme in ThemeManager.
- Finally, apply the theme using the ThemeManager.SetTheme method.
All predefined themes shipped with DXperience subscriptions are already registered in the ThemeManager, so you do not need to create a Theme instance and register it manually.
To learn more, see List of DevExpress WPF Themes.