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iOS 8 SDK Development, 2nd Edition by Janie Clayton, Chris Adamson

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Our First Project

To begin work on a new app, we need to start a new project, which we can do with the menu sequence FileNewProject (N). There was also a button on the Xcode greeting window for starting a project, so that’s another way to do it.

When we create a new project, a window opens and out slides a sheet that asks us what kind of project we want to create. This project template sheet, seen below, has a list on the left side of project categories divided into iOS and Mac OS X sections. Since we’re building an iOS application, we’ll select Application from the iOS section and then look at the choices in the main part of the frame. We can click each to see a general description of what kind of app to start on. For our first example, ...

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