We’re going to start this book with a set of recipes dealing with the iOS application, its project, and various basic Xcode tasks. The first eight recipes are fundamental, showing things like how to setup an application, how to connect and reference user interface elements to your code, and how to add images and sound files to your project. If you’re new to iOS development we suggest you go through those first before moving on.
We also recommend that you take a closer look at Recipe 1-9 to see whether Storyboards is something for you. Storyboards is the new way of designing user interface in iOS, allowing you to gather several views in one file. Although the examples in this book are based on the old way of creating ...