Using Segues and Delegates for Navigation Controllers in Swift 4.0

[Updated 2/13/2018 to Xcode 9 / Swift 4.0] It should be one of the easiest things we do, and yet for many it is the most confusing. Getting data from one view controller to another as you switch views never seems easy. Segues might be slightly difficult, but delegates to get the information back have …

Swift WatchKit: Working with Modal Views Part 2: Presenting Programmatically

In the first part in this series we implemented a modal interface in WatchKit with a segue. In this part we'll present the modal programmatically and once again set up a delegate and context for moving data between controllers. Open the project from the last lesson.  Press Command-N and add a new Cocoa Touch class  …

Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 3: Using Delegates and Contexts)

In our last lesson we set up navigation in the Storyboard and programmatically. We left off with passing data from one view controller to another using the context parameter like this: We made a context variable which we passed to the destination controller. We haven't done anything yet with the value of the context. In …

The Swift Swift Tutorial: Using Segues and Delegates in Navigation Controllers (Part 1 — The Template)

[Updating to Swift 2.0  SJL 9/17/15] Click here for the Swift 3.0 version of this post It should be one of the easiest things we do, and yet for many it is the most confusing. Getting data from one view controller to another as you switch views never seems easy. Segues might be slightly difficult, …