Screencast Storyboard for iOS - Part 2 iOS

  • Jon Friskics
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  1. DarkGinger said

    Awesome. Really helpful. Hope to see some more!

  2. Zachary Samsel said

    Another great screencast! These are some of the reasons why the subscription to codeschool is worth the money

  3. Eric Rainey said

    I learned more in 12 minutes of this screencast than I would have thought possible. Thanks for this awesome screencast which really helps demystify storyboards and the more complex navigation options in iOS.

  4. alfredo said

    Can't wait for part 3 :)

  5. steve portock said

    John thanks, good video, you make it look pretty easy.

  6. gomayonqui said

    Thanks!, Great Screencast, I learned a lot!

  7. Alex Chaffee said

    Very clear! Only odd part was when we got to [segue destinationViewController] -- if you had named your second controller something else, it would be more clear that this property of segue has its own name, even if your app names this particular destination something else. (There's so much name redundancy in iOS, it's nice to know when it's forced and when it's optional.)

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    Jon Friskics said

    Hi Alex - we noticed that too and will be publishing an update soon that makes that section clearer. Thanks for the feedback!

  9. luketheobscure said

    Great video, but that is clearly blue @3:10. ;)

  10. Nick Breen said

    Very helpful introduction into passing data between VCs. Thanks!

  11. Greg Williams said

    Great video, can't wait to get into #3.

  12. Abner said

    Very helpful tut!

  13. whitebeard said

    These are awesome! Just powered through the 1st and 2nd! great and easy to make sense of, especially after the try iOS8

  14. danielng01 said

    Thank you!

About This Screencast

Jon Friskics picks up where we left off in Part 1, starting with creating a UITabBarController in Storyboard. He then goes on to create a UINavigationController, and to teach about how to pass data from one controller to the next.

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