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Test: Creation of First iPhone application explained
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This test is based on the article that explains the creation of an iPhone application. Article includes screenshots. It goes through choosing a template to base the iPhone application on and proceeds to explaining the basic contents of the project and compiling and running it.
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This article explains the creation of an iPhone application. Screenshots included. Goes through choosing a template to base the iPhone application on. Proceeds to explaining the basic contents of the project and compiling and running it.
This test is based on the article that explains the creation of an iPhone application. Article includes screenshots. It goes through choosing a template to base the iPhone application on and proceeds to explaining the basic contents of the project and compiling and running it.

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