The launch screen in a screen that shows while your app is loading— usually for a second or two. This video shows why launch screens are important, and how to customize yours to match Apple standards.
- [Instructor] An apps launch screen is a brief,…but important part of your presentation.…Here I am at Apple's Human Interface Guidelines document.…This is a document on Apple's developer website…that tells you Apple's rules for designing apps.…These rules definitely change over time,…so make sure to check this document before…publishing an app to make sure that your app…is in line with Apple's guidance supplied here.…
For the launch screen specifically,…Apple mentions a few things.…If you look at this pictures you could see…that the launch screen, specified below right here,…looks almost identical to the first screen…minus images and text.…That's part of the guidance that Apple gives…in these paragraphs.…Make sure that you follow these guidelines…as you create your launch screens.…So what we're going to do is create a launch screen…that looks like the first screen of our application,…so here's an example app over in Xcode.…
It uses a navigation controller…with the table view inside…with large titles, and it has the word items in the title.…
- Alert controllers and actions
- Sliders, progress bars, and switches
- Creating UI elements with code
- Displaying web content with Safari view controllers and WKWebView
- Creating collection view controllers
- Creating tabbed apps
- Publishing your app with App Store Connect
Skill Level Beginner
1. Master Views
2. Display Web Content
3. Collection Views
4. Multiview Templates
Customize a table view cell4m 18s
5. Publish an App
Next steps3m 28s
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