Images in Cocoa are easy to use. Simply import an image into your project and it's accessible for use in user interfaces. This video shows how the whole process works.
- [Instructor] Let's look at bringing images…into our projects.…First, you're going to need an image file.…If I tab over to finder, you'll see that I have this…icon image called button underscore icon,…and it's a png file.…Just about any type of graphic format…is going to work just fine in your apps.…Now I could actually drag this file…right into the navigator,…but I don't usually do that because I like…the organization of using the assets folder.…So if you actually select this assets folder right here,…you can drag the images in here,…and any time you need to access any of the images…for your application,…you can click on here and they're right there.…
Instead of being a whole bunch of files…that clutter up the screen.…But again, you can choose to do it whichever way you want.…If you do choose to drag it into the navigator,…you're going to get this pop-up that asks you…if you want to copy the items.…And what that says is if you copy it,…it makes a copy in your projects folder.…If not, it just creates a link to that file…
- Installing your development tools
- Working with Xcode and the MVC pattern
- Creating basic interactions
- Creating delegate classes
- Building a user interface
- Laying out the UI
- Working with data and table views
- Binding data objects to the UI
- Debugging your app
- Distributing the app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started
2. Core Cocoa Skills
4. Create User Interfaces
5. Arrange User Interfaces
6. Use Data Controls
7. Debug and Troubleshoot
8. Distribute an Application
9. Finishing Touches
Create full screen apps1m 51s
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