Setting an app icon is a simple process in Xcode, but you need to understand the sizes that the icons should be when importing them into your apps. This video shows how to import and set icons for your apps.
- [Instructor] Another small but incredibly important…part of your application is its icon.…Let's take a look at setting app icons.…To do that, go to Assest.xcassets,…and you're going to need to have some icon files.…For those of you without the exercise files,…you'll need to be able to create square icon files…that have no transparency…that are of the appropriate sizes.…I'll show you those sizes in just a moment.…First I'm going to exit fullscreen mode…because this is much easier if we're outside of fullscreen,…and I'm going to select the app icon object here,…and this describes the sizes that you need to supply…for your application icon.…
So you have the different size names…like iPhone notification, iPhone settings, et cetera,…and then you have a point size there…and then 2x and 3x.…The 2x and 3x refer to the pixel density on the device.…So to get the pixel sizes,…you take the number of points…and you multiply that by two or three.…Those are the dimensions in both the width and the height.…So a 20-point image at 2x is 40 pixels wide…
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- 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
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