Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Demoing the finished app, part of Building a Note-Taking App for iOS 9 with Swift.
- Here's the app we're going to create in this course. When you launch the app, if there aren't any existing notes, you're automatically taken into the editor mode to create a new note. So I'm going to use the buttons on the screen to create a new note. And then click Select a Note to return. I'll click the plus button to create a new note. I'll add some more text here. I can also click the Edit button to remove notes and notes can also be removed by swiping to the left and hitting the Delete button.
So this is the basic that we're going to create. All of these changes that we've done are saved to persistent storage. Every time you edit, or create a new note, that information is stored in persistent storage. So that's the app we're going to build.
Building a Note-Taking App for Android and Building a Note-Taking App for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Store use the same assets. Compare and contrast the steps and discover the similarities and differences between the three platforms.
Skill Level Intermediate
Building a Note-Taking App for Android (2013)with David Gassner3h 7m Intermediate
1. Project Overview
2. Understanding iOS Specifics
3. Getting Started
4. Creating the Basic App
5. Supporting a Split View
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