Sometimes table views could use a few buttons. There’s two delegates which create swipe buttons on table view cells. Let’s learn how you can implement these buttons and an interesting hidden feature you can do with them. There is two delegate methods, one for… Continue Reading “Actions in Table Views”
Learn how to take a disaster of nested stack views and untangle it into a great user interface.
You’ve seen other apps rotate views, but you may have no idea how to do it yourself. Let me show you one way to rotate views. We’ll make a simple knob control you might be able to use in your apps. Download the example… Continue Reading “Sliders as Knobs”
Note:You can find a video of this tip here on LinkedIn Learning If there’s one thing in auto layout that drives me nuts it is laying out for landscape different than portrait on an iPad. Phones are easy since the class sizes are different… Continue Reading “Layout iPad Landscape and Multitasking Apps”
It’s sometimes nice to add a little sound to your applications, and even better to add a voice. Outside Siri, you can use a cool and simple AVFoundation API to make iOS devices talk. Let’s learn how to use the Speech synthesizer. Download the… Continue Reading “Use the Speech Synthesizer”
You’ll often want default settings that users can change. iOS provides the settings bundle for storing this information. Let’s look at how to use the settings bundle. Download the starter example file. I created a project which eventually will display the user’s default pizza.… Continue Reading “The Settings Bundle”