I really enjoyed this tutorial, smart and self-contained. The other split view tutorial in the iOS apprentice book comes at the end of a very long store app. So it is refreshing to see the things from another light.
question: If I want the portrait mode to show only the table view on the iPad when starting then tap on a row to see the detail page… is there a code shortcut for this, like in the hideMasterPane() function?
@adamrush please have a look at this.
Thanks so much for the feedback and I am glad you like the tutorial. You will be pleased to know we’re making updates to iOS Apprentice too :]
In regards to your question, can you please explain further? Do you mean is there a way to only display the TableView (The Master-View-Controller) when tapping a row and not on first launch?
I look forward to helping you going forward.
Hi, not sure if i’m missing something, but part way through you say to ’ Go to SceneDelegate.swift and replace the implementation of
scene(_:willConnectTo:options:) with the following:’ i can’t see where we first created SceneDelegate and what else it has in that file? Again, sorry if i missed it but i’ve looked through a few times to see if it’s mentioned anywhere before.
@adamrush Can you please help with this when you get a chance? Thank you - much appreciated! :]
This tutorial is more than six months old so questions are no longer supported at the moment for it. Thank you!