Swift - Swift Mini Image Gallery Demo - Demo 24 of 30
App created in Xcode 11.1 using Swift 5.0, iOS Deployment Target 13.1 and tested on a iPhone 11 Pro Max Emulator
In this demo app we demonstrate how to code a Swift Mini Image Gallery Demo App.
There are so many interesting things within Swift. This demo shows one way to code a Swift Mini Image Gallery Demo that could be used to show case some of your work in image format. As the user clicks the icon they are taken directly into the app. The screen shows a title at the top 'Mini Image Gallery Demo'. Right below is a large image shown of the contents for this page. The just below is the location of what the person is seeing. At the bottom are the controls that are placed on the left ('Back') and right ('Next') postion. Then in the middle of the bottom buttons is a count of the image displayed and how many are there, which is 9 in this demo.
When the app first starts the 'Back' button is disabled and the alpha is set to .5 to show it is not available because the images start at a number 1. Then at the end of the slide show when we get to the 9th image the 'Next' button is disabled and the alpha is set to .5 to show its not available because there are no more images to display, just 9 in this demo.
Details and the screen cap images of the app in use can be found on Digital Mirko.
Screen Cap on a iPhone 11 Pro Max device:(shown below)
(Left image) App started. "The Pyramids of Giza Egypt" is displayed, (1/9) .
(Middle Image) The 'Next' Button is clicked and a "Resident of Cusco, Peru" is displayed, (2/9).
(Right image) The 'Next' Button is clicked and "St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow" is displayed, (3/9).
(Rest of the images displayed below) The 'Next' Button is clicked for the other screens showing the image and locations
Other images locations shown:
(4/9) Chichén-Itzá, Yucatan, Mexico, (5/9) Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, (6/9) La Pedrera, Barcelona, Spain
(7/9) Tea in the market place, (8/9) Hatsukaichi, Japan, (9/9) San Francisco, California
The images used in this demo were found on unsplash.com. Details are located on the Digital Mirko website.