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  • Adding Actions to TableView Cells

    Adding Actions to TableView Cells

    Adding Actions to TableView Cells
    • 3:27
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    Now that the UI for the modal view is designed, we can get to work on the actual action that will trigger it. It's a modal segue triggered by selecting the tableview cell.
    • 3:27
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  • Make a Custom Popup UI

    Make a Custom Popup UI

    Make a Custom Popup UI
    • 4:26
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    Right now the list of locations is working great - except for the lack of weather lookup! We'll get to work on the visuals for this now.
    • 4:26
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  • Comparing Custom Classes

    Comparing Custom Classes

    Comparing Custom Classes
    • 3:42
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    Comparing simple types is of course built into Swift but in our case we want to consider locations equal if the name matches - ignoring the coordinates. This episode covers two ways to handle custom comparison.
    • 3:42
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  • Fine-Tuning TableView Interactions

    Fine-Tuning TableView Interactions

    Fine-Tuning TableView Interactions
    • 2:29
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    TableView cells can handle many kinds of interaction, and sometimes it takes some tweaking to make them behave exactly as you like. Here we'll set the selection styles and set up deletion from the list.
    • 2:29
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  • Show the Ledger

    Show the Ledger

    Show the Ledger
    • 4:07
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    The ledger transition is going to involve a staggered effect on the list items to really make their appearance something special.
    • 4:07
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  • Request Coins

    Request Coins

    Request Coins
    • 3:15
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    Requesting coins will be a bit simpler than sending, but the overall idea is the same. Expanding tap areas to accommodate new content looks great.
    • 3:15
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  • Send Coins User Flow

    Send Coins User Flow

    Send Coins User Flow
    • 6:11
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    The first user flow to prototype is the 'send coin' interaction. This will serve as the example for the other action items.
    • 6:11
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  • Unfold the Home Screen

    Unfold the Home Screen

    Unfold the Home Screen
    • 5:07
    • Pros
    The home screen reveals in a super stylish way - by unfolding from the top! Transforming items in 3d is one of the areas Flinto shines.
    • 5:07
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  • Get Started With Login

    Get Started With Login

    Get Started With Login
    • 2:19
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    Before diving in to some of the more advanced transitions, we'll take a quick look at the user flow and set up the login process.
    • 2:19
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  • Make an Expanding Splash Animation

    Make an Expanding Splash Animation

    Make an Expanding Splash Animation
    • 8:14
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    Most apps have some sort of loading time when they open, and the most polished provide the user with some sort of loading state - a bit of motion or delight to distract them from the non-instantaneous load. Learn how to build one in Swift!
    • 8:14
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