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Core Data in Swift by Marcus S. Zarra

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The Storyboard

To keep the structure of our application as simple as possible, we’ll use a storyboard to design the entire UI of our iPhone application. As you’ll recall from your reading or experience, a storyboard allows us to view the entire application interaction in one place. We can also control a greater portion of the UI within the storyboard and thus allow for even less code to be introduced to our project. You can see a zoomed-out version of our storyboard in the following screenshot.

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This storyboard seems complex—and it is. However, most of the code needed to support these views is minimal, and there’s a fair amount of view controller ...

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