iOS Developers Guide to Views and View Controllers Training Video

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A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based iOS Developers Guide to Views and View Controllers video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality iOS Developers Guide to Views and View Controllers training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex iOS Developers Guide to Views and View Controllers subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of iOS Developers Guide to Views and View Controllers tutorial, online or you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 4.5 hours to complete this course 65 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this iOS Developer's Guide to Views and ViewControllers training course, expert author Jesse Feiler teaches you how to build an app using Xcode storyboards. This course is designed for users that already have user experience with iOS or OS X as well as Swift, Objective-C or another object-oriented language.

You will start by learning how to build a project from a template, including how to customize Xcode, create a storyboard, and write the code using Objective-C and Swift. From there, Jesse will teach you about the View and ViewController structure. This video tutorial also covers how to build a storyboard, use the navigation controllers, and build bar...

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  • 01. Introduction
    • About The Course
    • About The Author
    • Introduction
    • Overview
    • Using Xcode And Interface Builder To Create Apps
    • Testing The App - Part 1
    • Testing The App - Part 2
    • Looking At Connections Inside Interface Builder
    • Comparing iOS And OS X Views And View Controllers
    • Comparing Swift And Objective-C
    • Using OS X And Objective-C
    • 0112 How To Access Your Working Files
  • 02. Building A Project From A Template
    • 0201 Building A Template
    • 0202 Customizing Xcode
    • 0203 Creating A Storyboard
    • 0204 Labeling Storyboard Items
    • 0205 Testing The App
    • 0206 Connecting The Interface To Code
    • 0207 Writing The Code - Objective-C And iOS
    • 0208 Writing The Code - Objective-C And OS X
    • 0209 Connecting The Interface
    • 0210 Writing The Code - Swift And iOS - Part 1
    • 0211 Writing The Code - Swift And iOS - Part 2
  • 03. Understanding The View/View Controller Structure
    • 0301 Exploring The Documentation
    • 0302 Looking At View Controllers
    • 0303 Looking At Views
    • 0304 Looking At Segues
  • 04. Building A Storyboard
    • 0401 Exploring Top-Down - Looking At The Template Storyboard
    • 0402 Building Bottom-Up - Creating A New Storyboard
    • 0403 Connecting The Storyboard To Code
    • 0404 Making Segues Work
    • 0405 Choosing Relationships
    • 0406 Loading A View Controller - Part 1
    • 0407 Loading A View Controller - Part 2
    • 0408 Loading A View Controller - Part 3
    • 0409 Loading A View Controller - Part 4
    • 0410 Using Tint Colors
  • 05. Using Navigation Controllers
    • 0501 Using A Navigation Controller
    • 0502 Setting Up The Navigation Controller
    • 0503 Embedding View Controllers In Navigation Controllers
    • 0504 Customizing The Navigation Item
  • 06. Building Bar Button Items
    • 0601 Exploring Bar Button Items
    • 0602 Creating An Edit And Done Button
    • 0603 Using setEditing
  • 07. Using Buttons
    • 0701 Using Button Basics
    • 0702 Using Bar Button Item Basics
    • 0703 Changing Button Text And Labels
    • 0704 Adjusting Button Colors And Images
    • 0705 Enabling And Disabling Buttons
  • 08. Using Asset Catalogs
    • 0801 Looking At Icons And Images
    • 0802 Introducing Asset Catalogs
    • 0803 Building Image Sets
    • 0804 Creating A Launch Image
    • 0805 Comparing Content With Controls
    • 0806 Working With Points And Pixels
  • 09 Using Bars
    • 0901 Working With Tab Bars
    • 0902 Using Toolbars
    • 0903 Adding a Second Tab Bar Item
  • 10. Using Alerts, Sheets And Modal Views
    • 1001 Using Alerts
    • 1002 Building An Alert - Part 1
    • 1003 Building An Alert - Part 2
    • 1004 Using Styles In An Alert
    • 1005 Using Action Sheets
    • 1006 Adding A Handler
  • 11. Conclusion
    • 1101 Wrap Up

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