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I started with the Fun Facts project from the track and I'm hoping to create a home page with a couple buttons on it where you can click one of the buttons to go to the Fun Facts page and then click another button to go to another activity. How do I create new pages and link them to each other? Simply go to your storyboard file, drag and drop as many view controllers as you want I'm assuming you want to have 3 in total since your going to have essentially a "main menu", "funfacts" and "other".
For this, you will use the self. For more info, refer to:. Posting to the forum is only allowed for members with active accounts. Please sign in or sign up to post. I forgot my password. Naomi Touchet 11, Points. Nick Sint 4, Points. Nick Sint Nick Sint 4, Points. To achieve this, you can do this 2 ways depending on what you want. Method 1: Using interface builder Simply go to your storyboard file, drag and drop as many view controllers as you want I'm assuming you want to have 3 in total since your going to have essentially a "main menu", "funfacts" and "other".
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In this tutorial we'll look at how to add PDF exportation to an application. It is an easy to add feature that can add a lot of functionality to your program. We'll start off by briefly looking at the commonly shown export method and then implement a method that will export multi-page PDFs. To save time, I've provided a starting project that has the interface already built. You can download it from here. This method works great when saving something like a drawing, but it does not work as well when saving a large view.
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The renderer uses sensible defaults for the current device if you don't provide format object, as demonstrated in Creating a Graphics PDF Renderer. If you don't provide a format, the default format is used, which creates a context best suited for the current device. This takes a block that represents the drawing actions. Within this block, the renderer creates a Core Graphics context using the parameters provided when the renderer was initialized, and sets this to be the current context.