Storyboards are the standard for creating iOS layouts. This video explains the basics of working with storyboards, including using the document outline and finding user interface elements in the Object library.
- [Instructor] So, in continuing our discussion…about model, view and controller,…let's look at the easiest one to grasp first…which is the view.…In iOS, views are contained in storyboard files.…You can find the storyboard files…in the Project Navigator.…So, just click on Main.storyboard…which is our default storyboard for this project,…so I just created a blank single-view application project…and there's our view right here.…In fact, if you select it,…so you just click on that white area…and you can see it becomes a little bit darker…around the edges when it's selected,…you can see that you have selected an object…called a View.…
This is the root view for your application,…so you put other sub views inside of it.…So, if you want to put a label or a button inside of it,…those would be considered sub views of the main view.…You can actually see the hierarchy of views in your project…in the document outline on the left side…of your storyboard.…You can toggle the document outline…with this button right here.…So, we can hide it or show it…
- Installing and using Xcode
- Working with storyboards
- Working with UI objects and events
- Resizing objects and layouts dynamically
- Coding UI objects such as buttons
- Loading and displaying data in table views
- Testing your iOS app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Xcode Fundamentals
2. Core Skills
3. Responsive UI Design
4. Coding UI Objects
5. Table Views
6. App Flow and Testing
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