Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Features of the note-taking app, part of Building a Note-Taking App for iOS 9 with Swift.
- So let's look at what the app…we're going to create actually does.…Plain Ol' Notes is a simple note-taking app.…The features that it has are primarily…creating and editing simple text-based notes…and navigation and data sharing…between multiple screens,…saving data to a mobile device's persistent storage,…and easily discoverable command patterns.…Think of a plus button to add a new note…and other commonly used patterns…that are throughout iOS and other mobile operating systems.…
For data entry and display, we have two screens.…One is a list screen that lists all the notes.…The other is the editor screen…where you can edit notes.…This app also supports older versions…of iOS back to iOS 7.0.…The user interface adapts to both 4.7-inch…and 5.5-inch screens.…On the list screen, the user will create…a new note by tapping the plus icon.…List items will be truncated with ellipses…where necessary to fit on a single line.…
If a list item has multiple lines,…only the first line will be displayed.…Fortunately, with iOS this happens automatically.…
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
1. Project Overview
2. Understanding iOS Specifics
3. Getting Started
4. Creating the Basic App
5. Supporting a Split View
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