Styling a Compose app
Most of your Compose UI will likely use the built-in composable functions from the
androidx.compose.material package. They implement the design language known as Material Design and its successor, Material You (which was introduced with Android 12). Material You is the native design language on Android, though it will also be available on other platforms. It expands on the ideas of a pen, paper, and cards, and makes heavy use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations, and transitions, as well as padding and depth effects. Material You advocates larger buttons and rounded corners. Custom color themes can be generated from the user's wallpaper.
Defining colors, shapes, and text styles
While apps should certainly honor both system and user preferences regarding visual appearance, you may want to add colors, shapes, or text styles that reflect your brand or corporate identity. So, how can you modify the look of the built-in Material composable functions...