Chapter 6

Build Your Skills: Enhancing Your Application with a Dynamic User Interface

Apple has always placed an important emphasis on the experience a user has when using an Apple iOS-based device, especially because it was one of the first companies to implement an operating system that used a graphical user interface (GUI) as its focus for user interaction. The Macintosh wasn't the first personal computer to use a GUI but was the first to provide such comprehensive support to the developer community. This included Interface Guidelines, which you've already discovered exist in the OS X of today through some of the Apple Developer resources provided. Apple's take on user experience isn't just the graphical user interface, of course. It also ...

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