Creating a first working app with functions.

After a course lesson which explained how to connect buttons and functions, I tried it on my own. The design is really basic, so don’t focus on that. I just wanted to have a basic functioning app that just.. works. It’s a pretty simple thought that developments comes first, then you add the graphic design. But hey, let’s focus on the coding. I know learned how to set @IBOutlets and add UIButtons, UIViews, UITextViews and UILabels. I can now implement those into the code of the app. I’ve primarily focused on setting functions for buttons. I first created a main screen which holds the title (logo) and the start button. Once you pressed the start button, the main screen elements then disappeared and it showed a green section plus three buttons. Those buttons represented the choices you could make, like plan A, B or C. The intention of the app is influenced by the Rainbow Six franchise in case you have no idea what I wanted to accomplish with this app. So now I could make different screens activated by a single button. A new screen would simply appear by hiding the current buttons and everything else what is visible, and then apply imageOne.hidden = false. For example. This way I could create different screens in one app. Awesome! One more skill learned today.

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