Build Your Skills: Enhancing Your Application with a Dynamic User Interface

  • Mark Mamone


Apple has always placed an important emphasis on the experience a user has when using an Apple iOS-based device, especially because it was one of the first companies to implement an operating system that used a graphical user interface (GUI) as its focus for user interaction. The Macintosh wasn’t the first personal computer to use a GUI but was the first to provide such comprehensive support to the developer community. This included Interface Guidelines, which you’ve already discovered exist in the OS X of today through some of the Apple Developer resources provided. Apple’s take on user experience isn’t just the graphical user interface, of course. It also includes things like the physical characteristics of the device and touch-based user input. However, the design of your application’s user interface is pivotal in providing the engaging user interface Apple expects and which works harmoniously with the other attributes that make iOS devices some of the world’s leading mobile devices.


Dynamic User Interface Landscape Mode Table View Window Form View Controller 
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