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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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Introduction

In editions of Rory’s previous book iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners (Apress), there were only two ways to teach the reader how to make an iOS app user interface. The first was to write everything in code, and the other was to use Interface Builder to compose a Windows-based app. But things have changed with Storyboarding … boy, have they!

Storyboarding first appeared with Xcode version 4.2. When we first saw the scenes that made up an app, we thought Storyboard was fantastic. It was wonderful how Storyboard allowed us to navigate a path through out app in a visual way. Almost immediately Rory found freshmen students coming into his office, knee-deep in trouble using Storyboards. Meanwhile Xcode experts were pooh-poohing ...

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