Navigation Controllers

January 3, 2016 Will Lam

I’ve been struggling with the Treehouse Objective-C iOS track. I don’t know what it is about the course so far, but I’m trying to deal with it the best way possible. I feel a bit of stress bubbling up lately and I’ve decided to meditate in between long sessions with Calm’s meditation app on Android. Maybe it’s a placebo effect, but it has been helpful. I’m only on day 2, but I’d like to feel a bit more grounded and calmer otherwise, distraction, doubt, frustration and other negative thoughts sink into my studying sessions, which make for a less than ideal learning environment

In any case, with respect to the Playlist app that I’ve just started, I just started tinkering around with Navigation controllers.

Take a look below to see how it works. It’s used for hierarchical views, such as Playlists (duh) or anything that requires a bit more detail as you dig into an object that you’re displaying on a screen, be it song, a to-do item etc. Here we also learned how to add a second view controller and making it inherit from the original view controller, as well as renaming the newer view controller.

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