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Cocoa Programming for OS X: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide by Aaron Hillegass, Adam Preble, Nate Chandler

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32 Storyboards

You have used XIB files to represent a single window (Chapter 28) and a single view (Chapter 30), but wouldn’t it be nice to see them together on one canvas? With storyboards, you can combine as much (or as little) of your application as you want in one canvas, as well as visualize how the parts relate to each other.

Storyboards are organized by scenes (windows and views), which are connected to each other by segues. Segues describe the scenes’ relationships to one another. Storyboards can be used to describe a window and its popover or sheet – or a complicated graph of nested views, each with its own view controller, which previously would have necessitated programmatic construction.

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