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Mastering Xcode: Develop and Design, Second Edition by Joshua Nozzi, Maurice Kelly

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Chapter 5. Adding Resources and Code

All but the simplest applications will likely need additional source code files, multiple nibs, artwork, HTML-based help files, and frameworks or libraries. There are two basic categories of files you might add to a project: source code and resources. In this chapter, you will learn how to add new or existing source and resource files to your project as well as how to remove them. You will also look at how to use the Source editor and its built-in tools to make writing source code more efficient.

Working with Files

There are a number of ways to add files and resources to an Xcode project. To add existing files, you can use the Add Files sheet, or you can use drag and drop. To create new files, you can use ...

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