Building a basic iOS app is as simple as creating an Xcode project from a template. Once you've created the project, you've essentially also created an app. This video shows how to get your app running in the Simulator and how to configure the Simulator so you can see the whole device on the screen at once.
- [Instructor] To see you application in action, … all you need to do is hit the run button … right here in the toolbar, … or press command + r on the keyboard. … In the toolbar while your app is building, … you're going to see some text update right here … explaining the process. … Once it's ready, … you're going to see the simulator launch. … It might take a minute or two … for the simulator to fully launch … and display your application. … If you're in full screen mode, … you won't be taken over to the simulator … until the simulator finishes booting up. … So if you want to, you can tab over to the simulator … and check its progress. … So just like a regular device, … you're going to see the simulator open up, … and the screen may be black for a little bit … before the operating system boots up … and your application is loaded into the foreground, … so be patient. … You could wait a few minutes for this to complete. … After waiting for a few minutes, … you should see Hello World on the screen. …
- Creating an Xcode project
- Navigating the Xcode interface
- Running your first app
- Building layouts with storyboards
- Connecting UI elements to code
- Coding interactivity