How do you make a segue storyboard?
To create a segue between view controllers in the same storyboard file, Control-click an appropriate element in the first view controller and drag to the target view controller. The starting point of a segue must be a view or object with a defined action, such as a control, bar button item, or gesture recognizer.
How do you blur a view controller?
If you are presenting this view controller modally to blur the underlying content, you’ll need to set the modal presentation style to Over Current Context and set the background color to clear to ensure the underlying view controller will remain visible once this is presented overtop.
How do I open the Appdelegate view controller?
The steps are as follows:
- Create an instance of UIStoryboard, let mainStoryboard:UIStoryboard = UIStoryboard(name: “Main”, bundle: nil)
- Instantiate View Controller with Identifier, HomeViewController.
- Set the Root View Controller of your app’s window to a different one. rootViewController = homePage.
What is UIVisualEffectView?
The UIVisualEffectView provides a simple abstraction over complex visual effects. Depending on the desired effect, the results may affect content layered behind the view or content added to the view’s contentView. Apply a UIVisualEffectView to an existing view to apply a blur or vibrancy effect to the exiting view.
How do I add a UIVisualEffectView?
Apply a visual effect view to an existing view and then apply a UIBlurEffect or UIVibrancyEffect object to apply a blur or vibrancy effect to the existing view. After you add the visual effect view to the view hierarchy, add any subviews to the contentView property of the visual effect view.
How do I get Rootviewcontroller of Uinavigationcontroller?
The root view controller is simply the view controller that sits at the bottom of the navigation stack. You can access the navigation controller’s array of view controllers through its viewControllers property. To access the root view controller, we ask for the first item of the array of view controllers.