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Learning iPad Programming: A Hands-On Guide to Building iPad Apps, Second Edition by Kirby Turner, Tom Harrington

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14. Storyboarding in Xcode

Up to this point, you have been working on building the prototype app for PhotoWheel. Certain design concepts were proven and development techniques explored, and you learned more about building apps for the iPad. Now it’s time to use what you learned by starting to build the “real” PhotoWheel app. To start things off, let’s talk about a new way of designing the user interface using a feature called a storyboard.

What Is a Storyboard?

In the previous chapters, you learned how to create the user interface using IB and NIB files. Mac and iOS developers have been creating user interfaces for years using this approach, but the approach could be better. Imagine, for example, how helpful it would be to see the entire user ...

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