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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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Setting Up Tables

Open your project from Chapter 11, “Persistent Data in iOS,” or open this chapter’s project. The first step is to create a new View Controller to hold the table. For the table to show up, you need to insert it in the tab controller. It replaces the controller that allows for editing and viewing a single Contact, which is then called from the Table Controller instead of directly from the Tab Controller.

1. Open the Storyboard and drag a Table View Controller onto the canvas.

2. Select the Navigation Controller and control-drag from the yellow Navigation Controller icon in the bar below the Navigation Controller screen to the new Table View Controller. Select Rootview Controller in the menu that pops up when you release the mouse. ...

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