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Xcode Workflow Preview

8:20FreeDone
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Start Designing in Xcode

3:46FreeDone
3

Navigation Controllers and Prototyping

3:04FreeDone
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Designing The Home Screen

3:14FreeDone
5

Creating Custom Classes

4:52FreeDone
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Customizing The TableView

4:37FreeDone
7

Adding Logic To The Styling

3:29FreeDone
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Custom Fonts

6:58FreeDone
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Saving Variables and Triggering Alerts

6:40FreeDone
10

Integrating Pods In Your Xcode Project

2:24FreeDone
11

Recognizing Gestures on UI Elements

3:26FreeDone
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Retrieving Data From an API

6:56FreeDone
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Implementing a Custom Loading Animation

4:34FreeDone
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Saving and Persisting User Data

3:11FreeDone
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Encoding and Saving Complex Data

3:35FreeDone
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Make UI Updates More Granular

2:22FreeDone
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Refactoring Saved Locations

6:11FreeDone
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Fine-Tuning TableView Interactions

2:29FreeDone
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Comparing Custom Classes

3:42FreeDone

Make a Custom Popup UI

4:26FreeDone
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Adding Actions to TableView Cells

3:27FreeDone

Make a Custom Popup UI

Published by Chris Slowik

Episode Notes

Extra tips from the author

UI Design via Storyboard

We're gonna take a fast and loose approach to design here and just lay out a new screen on the storyboard. The point of this isn't to get the design perfect anyway!

Our approach to displaying the weather when a location is tapped will be to show a small sliding popup at the bottom of the view. To design it quickly, we'll just copy elements from the home screen and reposition them. Adding constraints will finish the process.

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