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iPad Application Development For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Neal Goldstein

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Adding a New View Controller

xcodenavigation.eps Your first step in adding a new view controller is to select the storyboard file in the Project navigator. With the storyboard displayed, you then make sure that the Utility area is visible by clicking its icon in the Xcode toolbar’s View selector. With that done, you can now hide the Project navigator by clicking its icon in the Xcode toolbar’s View selector. (See Figure 5-9; remember, the button is a toggle, as I explain in Chapter 2.) Doing so gives you a little more real estate onscreen. (If you are blessed with a large monitor, though, you can keep the Project navigator open.)

Figure 5-9: Hiding the Navigator area.

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Because I have limited space on a book page, I’m hiding the Navigator area, as you can see in Figure 5-10. (When I work on my large-screen monitor, I usually keep the Navigator area shown.)

9781118231333-ma017.tif As the last step in getting your canvas ready, click the Attributes inspector button in the Inspector selector in the Utility area.

To add the TestDriveController (the view that will allow you to have RoadTrip’s little car drive up the screen, turn around, and then go back to its original position, all with sound effects), you need to do the ...

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