[Updated to Swift 2.0/iOS9.0 9/18/15 SJL – errors corrected 11/20/15] I’m color blind, and that makes me a very good person to teach you about color and UIColor. I’ve painted for many years and my color blindness does not detract but actually helps me…
Category: Swift Programming, Swift Swift, TutorialTags: App Programming, autolayout, color, color picker, get colors, get colors from view, iPad, iphone, make color sliders in swift, read colors, read colors in swift, RGB, set button colors, set label colors, set slider colors, swift, UIButton, UIColor, UIColor to RGB, UILabel, UISlider
[Updated for Swift 2.0 9/16/15 SJL] Auto Layout in interface builder, can be a frustrating experience for those who do not know how to use it. Once you understand how to use Auto Layout, it becomes part of a simple workflow. However, there are…
Category: GUI, Swift Swift, TutorialTags: addConstraints, addConstraints in Swift, addSubview, addSubview in Swift, Apple swift, Auto Layout, Auto layout programmatically, Button in Swift Programatically, constraintsWithVisualFormat, setTranslatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraint, swift and UI, UIButton, UIInterfaceOrientationMask, UILabel, Visual Layout Language
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