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iAd Production by Ben Collier

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Time for action — a placeholder app

Using Xcode and its inbuilt interface builder and the drag-and-drop UI designer, we'll make a single screen iPhone application with some mock components to simulate an app:

  1. Open Xcode. If you haven't used it before, you can find it in the Applications folder, which is in the Developer folder on the root directory of your Mac.

    Note

    This differs from the Applications folder that iAd Producer is in. If you can't find Xcode, then use the search function in finder to locate it.

  2. Xcode will open the Welcome to Xcode window. From here, select Create a New Xcode Project. When asked to choose a project type, click on View Based Application | Continue.
  3. You'll need to enter a Product Name (this is what you want to call your ...

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