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Beginning iOS Storyboarding with Xcode: Easily Design and Develop Your App, from Concept and Vision to Code by Stephen M. Moraco, Yulia McCarthy, Rory Lewis

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Chapter 7

Mastering Table Views with Storyboarding: Designing the Flow

You’ve finished setting up the foundation for the bookManager Master-Detail Application (in step 1 of 3, Chapter 6) and are ready to move on to step 2 of the app in this chapter. You’ve brought in all the images and the info about the books and set up the SQLite database. Cool! Well, if you think that was cool, wait until you see what we have in store for you as we lay out the entire app’s workflow in the Storyboard. Here in Chapter 7 you’ll be routing and connecting elements with such ease it will amaze you—particularly if you ever tried that sans Storyboard.

Step 2: Storyboarding the App

Okay—let’s go.

Configuring the Master Scene

Figure 7-1. Open the Storyboard.

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