Harness iPhone Touch Gesture Input for Games or Apps in iOS7
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Harness iPhone Touch Gesture Input for Games or Apps in iOS7

Using Xcode and Objective C you can make your iOS7 apps interactive. Move it, swipe it, zoom it, tap it, rotate it.
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Created by Paul Solt
Last updated 7/2014
English
Price: $30
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn iOS Gestures
  • UIGestureRecognizer Basics
  • Gesture States (i.e. your status message)
  • Pan Gesture - Drag an image with your finger
  • Pinch Gesture - Zoom or shrink a photo
  • Rotate Gesture - Twirl text or images
  • Screen Edge Pan Gesture - Slide on panels like Control Center
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Requirements
  • Knowledge of Objective-C
Description

You can use Apple's code to make it easy to enable finger interaction with your apps.

This course is awesome. It will save you time.

You won't spend weeks trying to get it to work right. The code samples are taken from two of my published iPhone apps, Photo Table and Artwork Evolution.

You'll learn how to create a touch friendly app. Many apps use gestures to make the app fun to use.

Download Flipboard, Clear, Paper | FiftyThree, Paper | Stories from Facebook. Slide your finger, drag some text, swipe up and down. Each of these apps makes people smile because they use touch gestures to make complex tasks easy and convenient.

At the end of the course you can test your knowledge and build a working picture and text collage app.

Topics

  • UIGestureRecognizer Basics
  • Gesture States (i.e. your status message)
  • Pan Gesture - Drag an image with your finger
  • Pinch Gesture - Zoom or shrink a photo
  • Rotate Gesture - Twirl text or images
  • Screen Edge Pan Gesture - Slide on panels like Control Center
Who is the target audience?
  • Intermediate iOS developers
  • Gestures beginners
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 15 Lectures Collapse All 15 Lectures 02:32:09
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UIPanGesture
1 Lecture 17:51
3 Tutorial - UIPanGestureRecognizer for Finger Drag Input and Panning
17:51
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Moving
1 Lecture 11:57
4 Tutorial - Move a UIView or UIImageView around using the UIPanGestureRecognize
11:57
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Zooming
1 Lecture 10:54
5 Tutorial - Zoom a UIView or UIImageView with the UIPinchGestureRecognizer
10:54
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Rotate
1 Lecture 11:48
6 Tutorial - Rotate a UIView or UIImageView with the UIRotationGestureRecognizer
11:48
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Bugfix
1 Lecture 11:51
7 Tutorial - Bugfix for PanGesture Translation and Rotation Gesture Anchor Point
11:51
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Simultaneous Gestures
1 Lecture 05:15
8 Tutorial - Enable Simultaneous Gestures to Make User Interaction Smooth
05:15
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Hide and Show Panels
1 Lecture 15:32
9 Tutorial - Hide or Show Panels using the UIScreenEdgePanGesture
15:32
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Photo Collage App
4 Lectures 50:34
10.0 Challenge - Make a Photo Collage App
11:10

10.1 Challenge - Adding Pictures to the Photo Collage
12:27

10.2 Challenge - Adding UILabels to the Collage with Gestures
09:56

10.3 Challenge - Resizing Labels using Font Sizes for Crisp Fonts
17:01
2 More Sections
About the Instructor
Paul Solt
4.5 Average rating
374 Reviews
46,666 Students
6 Courses
iPhone App Expert

Howdy, I’m Paul! I have a master's degree in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology and I used to work for Apple.

After working at Apple, I decided that I wanted more freedom. I started my own app company and followed the money (you can too!). Instead of reporting to a boss – I set my own hours and enjoy my work.

I’m passionate about teaching around the world – most recently I taught high school kids in Athens, Greece how to make iPhone games (technology skills have their perks!). People all over the world use my courses to jump-start their careers into iPhone apps.

You wouldn’t believe the opportunities, freedom, and jobs that iOS development opens to you. Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking my iPhone app courses.

I believe my courses provide the most complete and comprehensive background for any beginner or experienced developer. If you don’t agree I will happily refund your money.

Sign up for the Swift and iOS 8 Apps in 31 Days course and join me on an amazing adventure to the App Store.