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Design Sketch Basics Build a Mobile Interface Export Elements for your App

So after exporting assets I still have to manually place the each asset inside of the Storyboard in Xcode?

I've exported the assets successfully and now when I open Xcode do I have to manually place each asset inside of the Storyboard in Xcode? Or is there an export to storyboard button I'm not seeing?

2 Answers

Christopher Downer
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Christopher Downer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

This definitely comes under the pro user category, but if you're a developer familiar with Xcode, you'll be alright. - https://github.com/mdznr/Sketch-Xcode

Shawn Wilson
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Shawn Wilson
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I have built a few apps and every time I have designed an app I export them to xcode and manually place them in the storyboard. I know there are Photoshop extentions/addons that are available however the many i have tried have not done what they claim to do and typically end up with me having to manually place them into the story board. it can be a pain in the but especially with an app that has many-many pages. but there is a copy paste feature in xcode so you can duplicate your background across the app ect. hope this helps.