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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 14. User and Application Settings

When you build an application of any complexity, you often quickly realize a need to allow users to set preferences and settings for how the application is configured and behaves. In Mac programs, these are usually found in the menu under the program name, and then in Preferences. In Windows, it's often under Tools

User and Application Settings

iOS applications are no different in their need for application settings and preferences; however, the way users set preferences can be slightly different. In iOS applications, there are usually two ways to set preferences. First, you can provide your users a screen or set of screens in the application ...

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