In this section, we will take a look at how we can use Views to act as a means of defining places where we need to present content differently than standard views allow. The advantage of creating custom views is that they allow you to handle interactions with any object that is added to that interface, which you can use to animate things quite easily.
Let's start adding a View object to our View Controller by performing the following steps:
- Ensure the SlidingTiles solution is currently open in the Visual Studio for Mac IDE.
- Then, from the Toolbox Library, drag a View control onto the View Controller.
- Next, resize the View control so that it fills the width of the View Controller and ...