I need a plain iPad app with the no graphic design at all. Shall be developed in Interface Builder as much as possible:
The app has 2 viewcontrolers and at least 10 subviews (UIviews): Home view and settings view.
List of letters from A-J shown as buttons. The user should choose either he wants to collect all the 10 letters or just 1. While the user is choosing his preferred letters by pressing the respective button, 4 actions should be activated. One in the settings view and three in the home view.
When one of the buttons are pressed, 4 actions should be activated, :
1. A new view (UIView) with the chosen letter as a label should be created on the home view. Only 1 static letter pr. created view
2. The letters should appear at the top of the settings view in the "chosen letters" bar
3. A copy of this "chosen letters" bar should also appear on every created view (UIView), as a result of one of the Letter buttons in settings were pressed.
4. Copies of the chosen letter should appear beside the static letter, created on the UIView, and the opacity of these copies should be managed from the settings view by a slider with "live preview".
Let's say the user has now chosen five letters A, B, C, D and E. Now when closing the settings View The user should be able to switch between five views, because he has chosen five letters. Each view with one of the chosen letters inside. Only 1 static letter pr. view. The user should be able to switch to the next (and previous) view using buttons.
In the settings view the user should also be able to choose how many lines of this letter he wants repeated on the respective view and manage the opacity of these extra lines of (identical) letters using a slider.