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Xcode Workflow Preview

8:20FreeDone
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Start Designing in Xcode

3:46FreeDone
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Navigation Controllers and Prototyping

3:04FreeDone
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Designing The Home Screen

3:14FreeDone
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Creating Custom Classes

4:52FreeDone
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Customizing The TableView

4:37FreeDone
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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
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Integrating Pods In Your Xcode Project

2:24FreeDone
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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

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
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Make a Custom Popup UI

4:26FreeDone
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Adding Actions to TableView Cells

3:27FreeDone

Make UI Updates More Granular

Published by Chris Slowik

Episode Notes

Extra tips from the author

Why bother?

If we take the easy way out and wait for the weather API response to update the UI, there's a possibility we'll never show an updated location, even if it's retrieved. If we get a location response, but the weather API doesn't return a result, we should still show the location update. By separating the notifications and UI update functions into weather and location updates, we can make our UI more responsive to the data.

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