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Learning Mobile App Development: A Hands-on Guide to Building Apps with iOS and Android by Michael Eierman, Jakob Iversen

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Creating the Views

As described in more detail in Chapter 2, “App Design Issues and Considerations,” MyContactList will have three basic screens: displaying and editing the contacts, a map view of one or more contacts, and a settings screen. The contacts screen will also have an associated screen to edit the birthdate of the contact. Your first task is to create views for each of these four screens. Because you chose the Tabbed template when creating the project, two of the view controllers and the tab bar have already been created for you in the storyboard. When you open the storyboard, you will see the Tab Bar Controller and two View Controllers (Figure 10.3)

Figure 10.3 Tab Bar Controller and two View Controllers.

Because the tab bar needs ...

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