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There are 6 episodes with tag 'storyboards'   Clear search
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#407
We have a player but there's currently no way to bring it back up after dismissing it. In this episode we'll design a persistent player bar that will control the player and will be allowed to live outside its view controller.
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#404
We've spent a lot of time dealing with the data, networking, architecture, and overall theme of our podcast app, but we haven't yet written a player! So in this episode we start the process of designing our player screen. We'll start by adding all of the controls and views to our PlayerViewController, wire everything up, and customize the look & feel to match our Sketch design.
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#391
In this episode we start laying out the Podcast Detail screen. We'll start by using an embedded view controller for the header portion, which contains all of the top-level information about the podcast. We'll then see how we can utilize this child view controller to contain all of our outlets and how to pass data from the parent view controller to the child.
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#383
We start out by creating our first view controller (Search) by creating some structure to keep things organized by logical function (rather than by subclass) and create a storyboard to hold each tab. The main storyboard then uses Storyboard References to keep things tidy.
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#382
We start from a blank project template, then add our first storyboard and tab bar controller. We also introduce a mechanism for skinning the app with a Theme type.
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#273
In the refactoring series, Soroush mentioned a protocol he uses to make initializing view controllers from a storyboard as easy as adopting a protocol (and completely type-safe). In this episode we will build this using Swift protocol extensions. The end result is something you can easily carry with you from project to project.