Skills Covered: AutoLayout, Navigation, Table Views, Collection Views
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course is designed to build a series of simple apps to become more comfortable with the UIKit framework. This framework constitutes the building blocks of the user interface for all iOS apps. It is also key for any iOS Developer to be intimately familiar with.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
How to Use Outlets and Actions
- Connect outlets and actions first using only code and a second time using a storyboard.
- Use core UIKit classes like UIButton
- UILabel and UISwitch.
- Practice debugging problems with IBOutlets and IBActions.
Learn to Present Views and Segue Between Views
- See how Apple distinguishes between modal presentation and navigation.
- Present views modally.
- UIKit classes like UIImage Picker Controller
- UIAlert Controller and UIActivity View Controller.
What is the Delegate Pattern and how do you use it?
- How delegates make important connections between the model view and controller.
- Implement UIKit components that make use of the delegate pattern
- UITextField and UITextFieldDelegate.
- Demonstrate your understanding by building a series of challenge apps.
Build V1.0 of the Meme Me App
- Enable the user to choose an image using UIImagePickerController and UIImagePickerControllerDelegate.
- Adjust the keyboard so that it does not obscure UI elements.
- Generate a meme and share it using a UIActivityView.
Build Tables using the UITableView class
- Essential UITableViewDelegate and UITableViewDatasource methods.
- Code for several apps with tables and then implement your own UITableView.
- Practice manipulating table cells.
iOS App Navigation
- How iOS uses navigation stacks to manage multiple views in an app.
- Create the navigation that enables a user to tap a row of a table and view the details of an item.
- Navigation classes like UINavigationControll and UIBarButtonItem.
Complete the Meme Me App
- Take Meme Me to the next level with this final version of the app.
- A simple way to share data across classes using the AppDelegate.
- Use UICollectionView to display the app’s memes in a grid and UITabViewController to toggle between meme layouts.