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

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Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Done

Phew! It took a while, but you finally finished the app. You can finally take a break, watch some TV, catch up on email, and … check your Twitter feed? Of course, you don’t have too much time to spare—you can just read one tweet at a time using your new handy-dandy iPhone app.
You covered quite a bit of ground this chapter. After getting a dose of MVC theory, you saw some of its practical use by building the Tweet app. You also read about modal views and discovered how easy it is to flip to a new view controller. Speaking of new view controllers, you built a model class to keep track of the application data, and found it to be a really useful way to pass data between view controllers. Finally, you went over view controller ...

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