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Test Your Knowledge: 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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Creating a new iPhone project

Using a Template for the iPhone application

Figure 1. iPhone New Project Template Dialog Box. The iPhone OS has a smaller set of templates compared to building applications for Mac OS X.

A Navigation-Based Application

Figure 2. First iPhone Application. By default this project and its content are saved into the Documents folder (which, of course, can be changed)

The Project Window

Figure 3. The project window. It contains a navigation section of Groups and Files on the left, a detail window at the top and a code / editor window at the bottom.

Compiling the iPhone Application

Figure 4. The compiled iPhone application in the simulator. This is a Navigation Based Application; hence it has a navigation bar at the top and a TableView. Since no data has been added, this view is empty.

Figure 5. The default icon for iPhone First App is in the main screen of iPhone. Since no special icon is made for this application, an empty/default white icon is shown.

 
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