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

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Getting the Rest of the App Working

So, your web view doesn’t display anything, and the settings view sits there. Although it may seem like it will take a good bit of work to get these two views working at all, you have already written both of these controllers in previous chapters. In Chapter 10, you wrote a web view controller, and this web view will work in much the same way. In Chapter 11, you wrote exactly the same settings view controller.
Because you can flip back to these chapters for assistance, you are given an outline of the code you need to add instead of showing you every line. And even though you can copy-and-paste code from the earlier chapters, I encourage you to try to write these files from scratch to better learn the material. ...

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