Just a quick Tab Bar Controller tutorial. :)
I’ll put up the Dapp generated source code tomorrow. But yeah, this video shows a quick rundown of building a Design (Project) with 3 Pages (View Controllers) that are linked together with Actions.
From there, I set up the Tab Bar Controller and Tab Bar Items.
Tab Bar Controllers support custom images, titles and all of the system Tab Bar Item choices.
Just a BIG bit of information in regard of Tab Bar Item images is to make sure you read the Apple Custom Icon and Custom Image Creation Guidelines. Basically, Tab Bar Item Images must follow a strict format guidelines for them to display correctly. I’ll try to get a more condensed version of those guidelines on the website tomorrow.
Without further ado, here is the Tab Bar Controller with Dapp Video Tutorial.To your app success!,
Check out the following video for a preview of the new Guideline and Movement Handle features. They have been bundled together with our Actions update that is currently in review with Apple.To your app success!,
We take feedback seriously and have a number of improvements we are working on.
The first improvement is Actions, which allows linking between pages. This has been completed and a preview video can be seen in our Actions Preview post.
After feedback from users, we are also working on adding guide lines to allow easier alignment of objects in View Mode, a tool for easier positioning of smaller objects and a Live Preview mode for live prototyping on the device.
We have also had members of the designer community request color palette options, which we are currently looking into.
Please feel free to contact us about any further features or improvements you would like to see in Dapp. You can easily reach us through our contact page. Watch this space for further updates.To your app success!,