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Learning iOS Development: A Hands-on Guide to the Fundamentals of iOS Programming by Erica Sadun, Rod Strougo, Maurice Sharp

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Edit Car: An Initial Look

Most of the work of adapting your edit car scene is left for the Challenges at the end of this chapter. You might think there is little work because there appears to be plenty of room on both screen sizes for all the fields. And there is—until you tap in a field. A tap in a field brings up the keyboard and drastically reduces the space you have to work with.

On the 4-inch display, there is space between the bottom of the last label and the top of the keyboard. That is not the case with the 3.5-inch display. Based on what you already know, you could change both screens to use standard Apple spacing both between the title and first text entry line and then between the text entry lines. That would work on the smaller screen. ...

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