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Migrating to Swift from Web Development by Sean Liao, Mark Punak

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Chapter    5

Pulling It All Together

Thus far in this book, you have learned about many discrete mobile topics and created more than ten Xcode projects. Those topics were purposely implemented in individual Xcode projects with few classes. In Chapter 3, you learned the top-down development approach of using the storyboard to break the whole app into model-view-controller (MVC) content view and view controller pairs. In Chapter 4, you learned how to port smaller individual components, including user interface (UI), create read update delete (CRUD), and remote operations, piece by piece. However, all those topics were designed to be self-contained without dependencies so they could serve as independent instructions.

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