Tag: Story Board

Swift WatchKit: Using Images on an Apple Watch(Part 2: Code)

In our last lesson we did the layout for a watch app that included images. However, we did not yet code those images. In this lesson we’ll add the code to the application to change a button background and show images.  If you have…

Swift WatchKit: Using Images on an Apple Watch (Part 1: Storyboard)

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…

Swift WatchKit Tutorial: Coding Timers and NSTimer on Apple Watch

There is a horrible secret  in WatchKit with many implications for those programming for the Apple watch.  There is also a secret many people do not get about Apple’s corporate address. There two secrets are interestingly related.  In WatchKit, There are no properties in…

Swift WatchKit Tutorials: Programming Buttons, Switches and Timers for Apple Watch

Once you start connecting outlets and actions for an Apple Watch you realize this is not your friendly neighborhood iOS app. There are controls that look familiar in storyboard, but are far from the same in code.  In this lesson, you’ll learn about the…

Swift WatchKit Tutorials: Using Groups in WatchKit

WatchKit is not UIKit.  How you program for Apple watch differs greatly from how you program a iPhone or iPad. There are controls that look familiar, but act very differently.  In this lesson you’ll learn about  groups, a layout mechanism which is, but should…

Swift Swift: Using Auto Layout with Size Classes

Last week we looked at the basics of auto layout, this week, we learn Diagonal Control Drag Using the layout error  panel for misplaced layouts Introduce Size Classes Make a different layout for iPhone in portrait with Size Classes Transcript Hello, I’m Steve from…