In this lesson, we add the UIElements to the video detail view controller. Before we can do that though, we need also need to create a custom sub class of the UIViewController which I show you how to do in this video.
Related Videos and links:
Xcode project, source code and video download:
The How To Make a YouTube Video App Playlist:
The Start Here Series Playlist:
I actually built this app for myself about a year ago and it was built with Objective-C but we’re going to build it again using Swift together.
You’ll learn how to use a tableview (like a scrollable list), display custom table cells, slide out menu, display images, embed and play YouTube videos, navigate between two screens and more!
It’s going to be a little challenging for those who are completely new to iPhone app development so I recommend that you watch my “How To Make An iPhone App With No Programming Experience” series of videos first. That playlist is 17 lessons long but it’ll give you the foundation and explain the terminology and object oriented programming concepts that I’m going to be using in the building of this YouTube Video App.
That playlist can be found on my site here:
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Intro & Outro music
“Heartbreaker” by Jahzzar (