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Multimobile Development: Building Applications for the iPhone and Android Platforms by Matthew Baxter-Reynolds

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Chapter 11. iOS : Pushing Changes Back to the Server

In this chapter, we're going to continue the work of the Six Bookmarks application by implementing the code that allows the user to modify the bookmarks and then push them back to the server. We'll start by looking at the user interface.

Configuring Bookmarks

We're going to base the user interface for our configuration window on a Table View control. The Table View control is perhaps the most common user interface metaphor on iOS devices—it seems to me that every application I ever download and use on iPhone or iPad is based on tables!

We'll jump right in and start designing the user interface. Similar to the Android application, what we're going to do is build a form that shows the current bookmarks. ...

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