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Ian Nuttall11,312 Points
Best Practice for Setting Up a Multi-Page App
So I've been through the Fun Facts, Playlist and Blog Reader apps and feel like the best way for more to really get to grips with Objective C is to build my own app to understand better.
I love the planets, so I had to idea to have an app for kids with a home page that includes cartoon images of each of the planets which when tapped can show the planet details page.
I also want to do a custom navigation bar at the bottom which is common in kids apps and have a next button which takes you to the next planet.
My question is: what's the best way to lay this out on the story board to allow for the next/previous buttons to work? I did some Googling but wasn't able to find any best practice for this.
I was thinking I might just need a master view controller for the home page and a master detail controller which loads the planet -- then use the next/previous button to load the next planet.
Any help is hugely appreciated. :)