according Apple's guide: Modern OS X apps often present inspector information within a main window instead of a separate inspector window.
How can I write code to show such inline inspector panel in xamarin.mac?
Apple hasn't really built in any specific "inspector" UI widget (which shocks me) but more relies on using the split view and swapping out panels based on the context of the selected item in the UI. For example, displaying text formatting controls if a word is selected in a NSTextView.
It's an example that I'd planned to write in the future but I'll see if I can't hack together a quick example for you.
I'd forgotten about this, but I almost fully build what you are looking for in the Introduction to Storyboards docs @AlexanderJakhua.
I'll try to finish up the example for swapping out the panels of the inspector Monday.
Sorry this took so long but it was more detailed than I expected. Here is a full example of implementing an Inspector Interface in a Xamarin.Mac app: MacInspector.
I've fully commented the code, provided a short ReadMe that describes what all the parts of the App do and have provided full API documentation (available when the sample is downloaded).
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Great! Thank you very much, Kevin!
This documentation may be useful:
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