In the last lesson you learned about variables, constants and data types.
You also learned how to write print statements and simple Swift code statements to assign data to variables/constants.
In this video, you’ll build from there and learn how to organize that Swift code into blocks of code called Functions.
In this lesson, you’ll put your Auto Layout and Stack View skills to the test.
You’ll use a combination of Stack Views and Auto Layout constraints to achieve the War Card Game layout.
Furthermore, it’ll work on multiple screen sizes and both portrait and landscape orientation.
In this lesson, you’ll also learn a new Auto Layout technique that’ll let you specify a constraint for a specific category of screens (known as a Size Class).
If you were like me this Monday, you were sitting back enjoying the keynote, excited to start trying out all the new lovely APIs. And then your ears pricked up as you listened to words about a new language: Swift! It suddenly hit you that this is not an extension to Objective-C, but a completely brand new language. Maybe you were excited? Maybe you were happy? Maybe you didn’t know what to think.
In this video, I'll show you 4 different techniques to find documentation and help on UIKit classes and methods.
Have you ever wondered if UIKit contains a user interface element that you need?
Once you find it, how do you know what methods it has and what its capabilities are?
You'll learn how to navigate the UIKit documentation pages online as well as how to bring up the quick help menus in Xcode while you're coding.
This will save you a lot of time!