How to use Popovers on iPad

In this series I’ll show you how to create Popovers on iPad. They’re fairly easy to create once you get the hang of the inner workings of the UIPopoverController.

I’ll show you how to create basic Popover in code and in your Storyboard, and we’ll discuss how you can retrieve data from a Popover when it’s dismissed. We’ll do this with a simple UIDatePicker. In the last video I’ll demonstrate how you can pick images from the camera roll using the UImagePickerController with a Popover – which is how you’re meant to do it on iPad.

The series contains three videos in total. The first one is “free to air”, and the other two are for members only.

Enjoy!

This content is for members only.

Jay is the founder of Pinkstone Pictures and WP Hosting. He has been developing iOS Apps since 2011, 9 of which have made it to the App Store. In his spare time he likes to develop WordPress plugins or drawing on tablet devices. He blogs about his coding journey at http://wpguru.co.uk and http://pinkstone.co.uk.