There are many templates for building iOS applications. One of them is a tabbed application. This video shows how the tabbed application works and how it's organized.
- [Instructor] When creating a project in Xcode,…up to this point we've only used…a single-view application template.…But there are a few other useful templates…you can use to create apps.…One of those is the tabbed app.…Here's what it looks like when you run the default app…without changing anything after you create…a tabbed app application.…So here, we have a first view,…and then if you click the second button at the bottom,…you have a second view.…So you have this tab bar at the bottom…and you can click between the buttons on it…to see different views.…
Let's take a look at how a tabbed app works.…I'll head over to Xcode…and you can create a tabbed app…by going to file, new, project…and then under iOS, choose Tabbed App.…I'll cancel out since I've already created the project.…Let's take a look at how it's organized.…There's the first view controller class…and the second view controller class.…Neither of them have any code…other than handling the viewDidLoad method.…If you go to the story board,…you'll see the tab bar controller…
- Advanced UI controls
- Creating alert controllers
- Displaying web content
- Creating a collection view controller
- Creating a custom data type
- Creating tabbed apps
- Importing and setting icons for your apps
- Publishing your app to the App Store
Skill Level Beginner
iOS and watchOS App Development: Notificationswith Steven Lipton3h 45m Intermediate
1. Mastering Views
2. Display Web Content
3. Collection Views
4. Multi-View Templates
5. Publish an App
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