In previous tutorials, we went through CRUD with LPKTutorialOne, and Function IDs / QueryFilters / Composites with LPKTutorialTwo. In this tutorial, I want to go over common components that LPK offers, that will expedite the process of building your iOS application.
Note: The components covered in this tutorial offered by LPK are only supported for the iPad device.
In this tutorial, we will go through LPKTutorialTwo, where we go through a configuration driven method of displaying data on the app, and the basics of filtering.
Reminder of the LPK examples git hub rep, where you can get all applications / code.