I started App-o-Mat as an iOS tutorial site back when I was consulting. It mostly had cordova screencasts. I’m going to be doing more writing about iOS there (native and possibly cordova-based).
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Ok, so you have a view controller that brings up another view controller. Let’s call the first one
FirstVCand the second one
SecondVCor there is some segue that it uses to bring it up.
There’s this myth in the iOS community that “professional” iOS developers never use Interface Builder. It’s meant to imply that coding your interfaces is always better, and if you don’t do it, you are somehow less of a programmer. The myth perpetuates the idea that IB is a crutch, a toy, something that only newbies use.
I call BS.
A theme I see a lot on StackOverflow is a developer makes a View Controller that collects some information from a user and wants to use it on a VC that they bring up in a segue.