The following additions and updates have been made to the user interface (UI) of the iOS version of the Cornerstone Learn app:
- Built-in system fonts
- Dynamic type sizes
- iOS standard navigation bar
- Links menu
- Picture in Picture (PIP) functionality (available with the July 17th patch)
Built-in System Fonts
The Learn app has implemented Apple's built-in fonts, which the app to apply the same size classes, font types, and colors consistently throughout the application. It also enables the application to support Dynamic Size Types, allowing users who utilize large text or bold text on their iOS device to see these text changes in the Learn App.
Dynamic Type Sizes
The Learn app supports Dynamic Type, which provides additional flexibility by allowing app users to choose their preferred text size via their iOS device settings. The Learn app supports both larger accessibility text sizes and bold text.
Slide Over and Split View has been enabled for Learn app iPad users, allowing users to use the Learn app simultaneously with other applications that support the same features.
iOS Standard Navigation Bar
To ensure the bottom navigation bar of the app meets color contrast requirements, iOS' default navigation bar control has been implemented for the Learn app. With this enhancement, the navigation bar is light gray, unselected icons are dark gray, and the selected icon is blue, matching the tint color of all other tappable elements within the application.
The navigation menu icon has been updated to a Links link.
When tapped, thelink opens a tableview of any configured custom links, in addition to the link.
Picture in Picture (PIP) Functionality
With the July 17th patch, Picture in Picture (PIP) functionality will be made available for iPads. Users can initiate PIP when viewing a video learning object (LO). All Learn app functionality is disabled while PIP is active. Users can traverse other apps while the video LO continues to play in a small window. After exiting PIP mode, all app functionality is re-enabled.