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Xcode allows you to preview your App on your i Phone.Unfortunately, it’s a complicated process and requires an i OS developer account.I’m including this function because it’s really useful.I will explain it more in a future tutorial, but for now, create a Group and drag and drop these Objective-C category files. Once imported, you should be able to link your back button to the Exit green icon and an option called back Button will appear. Here’s a schema of how Views and Objects can be structured: Once you understand how Views and Objects work, you will be able to customize your Controllers the way you want.Now, you can use the Push segue and it will do a horizontal sliding transition.Xcode comes with an i OS Simulator that allows you to preview your App.Let’s remove the button we created earlier and drag in an Image Object for the header. For the dimensions, go to the Size tab and set the height according to your header image.Note that Xcode uses pt and not px units (1pt = 2px).
An i Phone will appear and you will be able to interact with the App you’ve just built.
Clicking on the first screen will lead to the second screen.
It’s not much, but it’s a major step in understanding how Storyboard works. Inside a View Controller, you can have all kinds of Objects from the Object Library.
To add them, create a “Group”, then “Add Files To…”. Make sure you have “Copy items into destination group’s folder” and “Add to targets” enabled. Resize the button to fit the entire dimension of the screen.
Now that we have the basic setup done and the images added, we can finally start Storyboarding. When you select the button, you should see properties appearing in the Attributes inspector.
You will be able to create a functional prototype in a matter of hours.