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iOS 6 Application Development For Dummies by Dave Wilson, Neal Goldstein

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Chapter 13

Working with Split View Controllers and the Master View

In This Chapter

arrow Working with Split View controllers

arrow Checking out the versatile Table view

arrow Making the table look good

arrow Ensuring that your application is usable worldwide

arrow Peeking behind the Table View screen

arrow Using model objects

This chapter is primarily about the iPad user interface, because Split View controllers aren’t supported on the smaller iPhone. In Chapter 5, I explain a bit about iPad navigation using the example of a Navigation controller within a Split View controller. But the iPad has some even slicker ways to navigate, which I get to in this chapter. You’ll be happy to know that you’re going to be replacing the Navigation controller style of navigation with something more appropriate to the RoadTrip application.

The Problem with Using a Navigation Controller in Detail View

As I explain in Chapter 5, the Master-Detail ...

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