Goodbye Emoticons! Up to this point in our lessons for programming Apple Watch we’ve used emoticons for graphics. It’s time to introduce true images to our WatchKit apps. There are two ways to use graphics. We’ll discuss adding images to Buttons, Groups, and Interface… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit: Using Images on an Apple Watch (Part 1: Storyboard)”
Transcript Welcome to this quick lesson on auto layout and proportional spacing of elements. In the previous videos, we used equal widths to set the spacing for various elements in auto layout. But what if you want the sizes to be different? For example,… Continue Reading “Proportional Sizes in Autolayout”
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