Join Ron Buencamino for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Understanding the Model-View-Controller Design Pattern in iOS.
- If you are a member of lynda.comyou'll have access to the files thatI use in this course.I have them here on my desktopand you can see that there's a folder for thebeginning state of each Xcode project that I use.There's also a folder with the projectin its finished state for each chapter as well.Or if you like you can follow alongwith your own projects.
The model-view-controller design pattern divides applications into three parts: a model that manages the data, a controller to send and receive commands, and a view to present the output to a user. In iOS, MVC architecture is an elegant design solution that makes code more reusable and efficient. In this course, Ron Buencamino discusses the "what, why, and how" of this design pattern in depth, and shows how to implement a data model, draw views to receive input and display output, and link the two together using controllers, so you can start working with the data. Plus, get some UI tricks by using delegate methods to add polish to an MVC app. By the end of this course, you'll start making MVC patterns central to all your iOS application designs.