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Then your first iOS app is a success! Summary Give yourself a round of applause; you’ve covered a lot of ground in this chapter. You’ve learned your way around Xcode, added resources to a project, and used Interface Builder to create, configure, and connect the objects of your interface. And, you did that all without writing a single line of computer code. The point of this chapter wasn’t to avoid writing Objective-C code. We are, after all, computer programmers. If we’re not writing code, what are we getting paid for?

I did promise to teach you two ways of connecting objects. The second method is to use the connections inspector in the utility area. Choose View ➤ Utilities ➤ Show Connections Inspector, or click on the little arrow icon in the utilities pane, as shown in Figure 2-11. CHAPTER 2: Boom! App 27 Figure 2-11. Using the connections inspector To use the inspector, first choose an object. In this case, choose the navigation controller. The connections inspector will show all of the connections for that object.

All of the buttons should be the same height and width. Note There are many ways to describe the same position for a view with constraints, none of which is wrong. For example, you can add both a leading edge and a trailing edge constraint for a view. This will define the horizontal position and width of the view. Alternatively, you could add a trailing edge constraint and a “center horizontally” constraint. Those also define the horizontal position and width of the view. Use the constraints that make sense to you.

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