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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 Project

Start by creating a new project in Xcode (File > New > Project). Choose the Empty Application template and click Next. Fill in the settings on the next screen as shown in Figure 11.2. Make sure the Use Core Data check box is selected, then click Next and choose a place to save the new project.

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Figure 11.2 Setting up the project to support Core Data.

After you have created the project, you will need to add the functionality that you created in the previous chapter.

1. Open the new project and delete images.xcassets. Then click Move to Trash in the dialog that pops up.

2. Open both projects side by side and select all the files ...

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