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Topic: Sample Applications - Pg. 8

8 Beginning iOS Learning Path Learning iPad Programming: A Hands-On Guide to Building iPad Apps with iOS 5, by Kirby Turner and Tom Harrington, Addison- Wesley Professional o Chapter 3. Getting Started with Interface Builder [01:00] The Simulator is a relatively simple tool, but even it has its secrets. Cocoa Touch for iPhone OS 3, by Jiva DeVoe, John Wiley & Sons o Chapter 3. Exploring the Simulator in Depth [00:45] This sections ends with a brief introduction to the debugger and the static analysis tool, Clang. Mastering Xcode 4: Develop and Design, by Joshua Nozzi, Peachpit Press o Chapter 9. Basic Debugging and Analysis [01:00] TOPIC: SAMPLE APPLICATIONS iOS applications fall into one of two broad classes. They are either single-view or multiview. As the terms imply, a single-view application contains a single view into the model. (See Model-View-Controller under "Patterns" above.) The information may change over time, but the view into the model is more or less static. Multiview applications, on the other hand, have more than one view. There are several variations of multiview apps. Beginning iOS Learning Path starts with relatively simple single- and multiview applications. Increasingly sophisticated applications involving tables, various navigational methods, animations, and other UI enhancements will be presented in the Intermediate and Advanced iOS learning paths. The first two sample applications under the Beginning iOS Learning Path are single-view. In addition to introducing the primary tools of iOS development, Xcode, and Interface Builder, the applications show