Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Coding the web view, part of iOS SDK and SQLite: Building Data-Driven Apps (2013).
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At this point, we have a working WebView, and it's being called from the Item View when…the user selects an item.…Now, let's fill in the details in the class.…Let's make a working copy of our webView-01, and you can use your results from the last…exercise, or I'm going to use the done version.…You can do that too as well. I'll rename this webView-02 and open it in Xcode by double-clicking…on the Xcode project file.…And we're going to back out here to Finder and grab these methods in this methods.txt file.…
I'm just going to copy everything from right up there all the way down to the end of that…section and come into Xcode and just place that down here before the end. And we can…take a look at these.…You'll notice the viewDidLoad has a little red exclamation point. That's because it's a duplicate.…There was a stub already in here, so I'm just going to delete that stub and actually get…rid of our little red bang there.…
So, viewDidLoad is called the after the view is loaded and so it sets the title with the…
- Prototyping the app
- Coding and working with a testbed
- Creating an Objective-C interface for SQLite
- Designing a database schema
- Creating the view controllers
- Reading and writing to the database
- Parsing the RSS feed with NSXMLParser
- Updating the item view with feed items
- Implementing the pull to refresh gesture for iOS 6
- Creating a universal application with multiple views
Skill Level Intermediate
1. An iOS Testbed
2. Building a Database Library
Understanding SQLite in iOS1m 41s
3. Creating the Table View App
4. Parsing XML Data
5. Using a Modal View
6. The Web View Controller
7. Creating a Preferences Pane
8. Adding a Feature
9. Creating a Universal Application
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