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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To iPad and iPhone App Development by Troy Brant

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Browser App Done

To put it lightly, you covered quite a bit in this chapter. You learned about web views for displaying web pages and alert views for displaying error messages. You learned how crucial it is to provide user feedback while long-running tasks are running and how spinners meet this need. The Browser app got a major upgrade by adding a toolbar with bookmark button. That button, when tapped, launches an action sheet that allows the user to specify exactly which action they want to take. It may seem like a lot, but you learned how easy it is to use these interface elements.
You have now completed the second part of this book. This part was all about using interface controls—sliders, text fields, pickers, and web views; in the next ...

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