"An object that exports assets in a format that you specify using an export preset."
"A view controller that manages the system interfaces for taking pictures, recording movies, and choosing items from the user's media library."
"A view controller that manages the display of search results based on interactions with a search bar."
"A view controller that manages the presentation of search results in your interface."
"A presentation controller that manages the appearance and behavior of a sheet."
"A container view controller that manages navigation between pages of content, where a child view controller manages each page."
"A container view controller that manages a multiselection interface, where the selection determines which child view controller to display."
"Constants that describe the possible ways that the child view controllers appear in relation to each other."
"Constants that describe the possible arrangements for a split view interface."
"The methods adopted by the object you use to manage changes to a split view interface."
"A container view controller that implements a hierarchical interface."
"Build your app’s user interface from view controllers, and change the currently visible view controller when you want to display new content."
"Manage your interface using view controllers and facilitate navigation around your app's content."
"An object that contains event attribution information for Private Click Measurement."
"An overlay view that verifies user interaction for Private Click Measurement."
"An interaction that enables a gesture to present the large content viewer for cases when supporting the largest dynamic type sizes isn’t appropriate.
"An object that describes an item in a tab bar."
"The UITabBarDelegate protocol defines optional methods for a delegate of a UITabBar object. The UITabBar class provides the ability for the user to r
"A control that displays one or more buttons in a tab bar for selecting between different subtasks, views, or modes in an app."
"A control that displays one or more buttons along the bottom edge of your interface."