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Multiview Applications

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Abstract

Up until this point, we’ve written applications with a single view controller. While there certainly is a lot you can do with a single view, the real power of the iOS platform emerges when you can switch out views based on user input. Multiview applications come in several different flavors, but the underlying mechanism is the same, regardless of how the app may appear on the screen.

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  • Controller Class
  • Content View
  • Object Library
  • Application Launch
  • View Controller

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Nutting, J., Olsson, F., Mark, D., LaMarche, J. (2014). Multiview Applications. In: Beginning iOS 7 Development. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-6023-3_6

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