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Developing C# Apps for iPhone and iPad Using MonoTouch: iOS Apps Development for .NET Developers by Bryan Costanich

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Chapter 5. More on Views and Controllers

In Chapter 3 we learned about the MVC pattern in the iOS and we built an application that uses multiple view controllers coupled with views that enabled us to have multiple screens. In this chapter, we're going to explore that relationship a little deeper, which will help us understand how to effectively work with views in our applications.

Note

I use the term control interchangeably with view (UIView or its derivatives) throughout this book. This is largely because the "Control" paradigm, as we're used to in the world of Microsoft UI Development, is largely analogous and provides a nice conceptual equality. Additionally, Apple's documentation often refers to various views such as buttons, etc., as controls. ...

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