|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
When using a font outside those that are built into iOS, it's often necessary to set fonts on labels, buttons, and text fields programatically. There are many solutions to this, including subclassing, categories, or utility classes. It would be cleaner if interface builder allowed you to set custom fonts directly in the nib or storyboard. With IPCustomFont, you can leverage the "User-defined runtime attributes" in interface builder's identity inspector to do just that.