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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/11 Don’t Panic! 1st iPhone Programming Exercise CSE 390 Fall 2010
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5/7/11 Create Your Xcode Project 1. Launch Xcode and choose File > New Project 2. In the project window, under the iPhone OS label, choose View-Based Application from the Application Category 3. Save the project to your desktop with the name PanicButton
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5/7/11 Launch Interface Builder 1. In the PanicButton project window you will see a Resources folder. Double-click the file PanicButtonViewController.xib. This is an XML file that describes some part of the user interface. 2. Interface Builder will launch and you should have 4 windows open – Document, View, Inspector, and
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5/7/11 Add an interface element 1. In the Library window, from the Objects palette, drag a Round Rect Button into the View window (which is your iPhone panel). This button is an instance of the UIButton class. 2. With the button highlighted, go to the Inspector window, where you can edit various attributes of the button. Type “Don’t Panic!” in the
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5/7/11 So far, so good
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