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iOS Programming Cookbook by Hossam Ghareeb

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Working with gestures like swipe, pan, rotation, and tap

When users use your app, clicking is not only the possible way that user can interact with the app. iOS provides you with gesture recognizers such as the most commonly used gestures by users, such as swipe or tap gestures. Although it is very nice to support gestures in you app, misusing them may lead to a very bad user experience and cause conflicts to your users. Another problem is that most users don't know that you have to swipe in a specific area to get an action done, so it's recommended that you show a tutorial or notes on screen, telling users about what gestures you support so that they become aware of them.

Getting ready

In this recipe, we will show you a simple UIView that can interact ...

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