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Anyone Can Create an App: Beginning iPhone and iPad programming by Wendy L. Wise

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Chapter 17. Putting it all together: the LioN app

This chapter covers

  • Planning the LioN app
  • Navigation controllers
  • The override keyword

You learned a lot of new concepts in parts 1 and 2 of this book, and now you’re going to put all those concepts together to build an app called LioN: Like it or Not. You’ll learn some new concepts as well, but mostly you’ll be putting to practice what you’ve learned. This is exciting, isn’t it?

17.1. Like it or Not

What is the LioN app, anyway? The best way to understand the app is to go download it from the App Store on your iPhone. Search for LioN—Like it or Not, and tap Get to install it (it’s free). Figure 17.1 shows it running. I created this app because I tend to be a bit forgetful about certain ...

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