Today’s workshop was set around using the skills we had learnt from the checklist app created in yesterday’s workshop, and adding images into the table’s and adding parallax scrolling.
The first stage was to set-up the table, with the difference being today, instead of using the ‘Table View Controller’ like yesterday, we use the standard ‘Table View’ which is another way to display and edit lists of information. This method however gives you more support in structuring the information that you want to show. We then moved onto setting up the table to display a number of rows based on how many images there are in the array and to display a relevant label (also from an array) over the top of the image within the table structure.
The next stage was to add the parallax scrolling into the application. This stage was not as complex as I first thought it would be, and with only five lines of code it was fully integrated and working.
Below is how it looked once finished and a demonstration on how the parallax scrolling can be used in iOS mobile applications: