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

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Wrap-Up

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In this chapter, we’ve gotten our first project built, launched, and sending data to the Internet. We downloaded and installed Xcode, created a view-based project, and started customizing it. We customized the user interface, and set up autolayout constraints to deal with different device sizes and orientations. We connected the UIButton in the storyboard to a method in our ViewController by way of an action. Then we implemented that action method to show iOS’s default tweet-composer UI. When it was all done, with just a little bit of code and UI tweaking, we ended up with an app that sends tweets. Not bad for one chapter’s work.

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