Outline of the screen

In this area you will find a hierarchical list of all elements that are on the current screen. This list starts with two folders at the top level: View and Navigation. All associated elements are sorted into these folders. For example, if you add a label to the work space, it is sorted into the View folder in the list.

appdoo - Screen View - View folder

There are already two elements in the Navigation folder by default. One is the “Navigation Bar” (at the top of your work space) and the other is the “Tab Bar” (at the bottom of your work space).

appdoo - Screen View - View folder

Objects

As soon as you add Data Sources, Animations or Timers, etc. to your project, a folder “Objects” will be created automatically and all these elements will be listed in it.

appdoo - Screen View - Outline - Objects

Global Objects

As soon as you add Data Sources, Animations or Timers, etc. to your project, a folder “Global Objects” will be created automatically.

By default, items of this type are inserted into the “Objects” folder and are available in the current screen. If you now want to have such an element available in all screens of your project, move it to the “Global Objects” folder.

appdoo - Screen View - Outline - Global Objects

Files

As soon as you add files like images, PDFs or movies to your project, a folder “Files” will be created automatically and all these files will be listed in it.

appdoo - Screen View - Outline - Files

Properties

To show the properties of a file, select the file and click the Properties tab (the slider icon) in the upper right sidebar.

appdoo - Screen View - Outline - Files - File Properties

  • Name
    Here you can change the file name.

  • Kind
    The file type is displayed here.

  • Size
    The file size is displayed here.

  • Dimens.
    Displays the image size. This information is only visible for images.

  • Synchronize

    • Show File
      Click this button to display the file in the Finder.

    • Replace
      Click this button to replace the file with another file. This is necessary, for example, if you want to replace an image with an updated version.