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Storyboard - Adding Tables to your Application User Interface (UI)

By jwarren on Sep 12, 2014 2:44:22 PM

Today, we are going back to basics in this Storyboard user interface (UI) tutorial. Table basics. Tables are a special control in Storyboard. While most controls are individual, tables are more like containers that organize several controls inside them. This tutorial will walk you through how to create a very simple table, add background colour, adjust basic settings, and add render extensions. Before we get started building our table, create a new application in Storyboard Designer.

Add a background colour for the application's UI

First we're going to add a background to our application.

  1. Right-click on Screen1
  2. Select Add
  3. Select Control
  4. Give your new control a name
  5. In the Render Extensions list, select Fill
  6. Select Finish

You will be asked to select a colour for your background. For the purposes of this tutorial, let's select white.


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Tips for importing Photoshop PSD files to Crank Storyboard

By Jennie on Aug 1, 2014 1:42:40 PM

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Time for a new UI programming paradigm

By Jamie Villeneuve on Aug 7, 2013 10:50:18 AM

WITH THE UBIQUITOUS usage of smartphones, tablets, and other mainstream screens, traditional products that once had analog displays are now being modernized with digital user interfaces (UI). From thermometers to air conditioning control panels to car dashboards, even the simplest and smallest embedded devices often feature graphical user interfaces (GUls). Therefore, manufacturers are focused on delivering quality electronic products with intuitive, easy-to-operate Uls - all without slowing down the development process.

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Importing a Storyboard Project

By Jamie Villeneuve on Aug 1, 2013 3:43:19 PM

Here are a couple of easy steps to import a Storyboard Project Archive into Storyboard Designer.

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Exporting a Storyboard Project

By Jamie Villeneuve on Jul 26, 2013 11:43:39 AM

Storyboard Designer gives you the ability to export your project for either archiving, sharing or demo purposes. Here are a couple of easy steps showing you how to do that.

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