Tag: segue

Segue Actions

If you’ve been working with View controllers for a while, you’ve probably dealt with prepareForSegue. In Xcode 11, there’s a new way to handle this that makes a little more sense: Segue actions. Let’s take a look at this feature.   If you download the… Continue Reading “Segue Actions”

Adding Modal Views and Popovers in Swift 3.0

Modal views are one of the fundamental ways to present view controllers. Some early applications on the iPhone were completely modal views — some still do.  Modals do not do their own housekeeping like navigation controllers or tab controllers, so they are not as… Continue Reading “Adding Modal Views and Popovers in Swift 3.0”

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… Continue Reading “Using Segues and Delegates for Navigation Controllers in Swift 4.0”

Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 4: Dismissals and Segues)

In our lessons setting up navigation controllers on the Apple Watch, we’ve learned how to set up the storyboard,  how to use push controllers programmatically and introduced sending data to another controller and back using contexts and delegates.  In this lesson, we’ll pass data… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 4: Dismissals and Segues)”

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… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 3: Using Delegates and Contexts)”

Swift WatchKit Tutorials — A Basic Watch Kit App

Like a lot of people I ordered my Apple watch on April 10th, and now have to wait until June for it to arrive. I’m excited about the possibilities of the watch. I’m excited about writing applications for the watch, and I’m excited about sharing… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit Tutorials — A Basic Watch Kit App”