My name is Joshua Pennington and I’m an engineer on the Interface Builder Team Today we’re going to talk about how you can adopt Storyboards in your app.
We’re going to cover a couple topics today.
We’re going to start by giving a quick overview of Storyboards.
Then my colleague Tony is going to come up here and talk about how you can adopt Storyboards in applications that use code or xibs And I’m going to finish by talking about some great new features for Storyboards in iOS 6.
Let’s start with the basics.
This is a Storyboard.
This Storyboard allows to view you app’s entire user interface in one place.
And you can also view the transitions between parts of your application so you can very quickly get an overview of the application just by glancing at it.
And there are two main concepts in a Storyboard.
The first concept if that of a “scene”.
A scene is a view controller, and it can represent an entire screen in your app or just one major component area, like a split view pane and a split view controller on iPad.
And you can drag in views, you can select things and resize them.
You can inspect your attributes in the inspector.
All of the normal interface builder affordances are present here.
This is where you’re gonna spend most of your time fleshing out the UI of your application.
So that’s the first concept: the scene.
The second concept if that of a “segue”.
A segue defines navigation in your Storyboard.