10. Putting It All Together

We’ve created all the parts of the app now—a data model along with the behavior needed to update the model from the Internet; classes to present the data in views; and controllers to take care of the application’s workflow. What we haven’t done yet is put these classes together to make a complete, functioning application. Hopefully, the work we’ve put into designing these classes to be used and to work in isolation means it won’t be too hard to construct the app.

Completing the Application’s Workflow

The finishing touch is to make sure that the classes we’ve created are instantiated and configured correctly to support the application workflow. They all work in isolation, but can we integrate them into an app? I certainly ...

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