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Trent Burkenpas22,388 Points
Specifying Main storyboard
Im having another issue, because of the different versions of xcode. At the end of "Starting Over" video Amit sets MainStoryboard.storyboard as the Main storyboard in the project settings. I do not have that option all i see is Main Interface. I have the same xcode version as Amit had in making a simple app. But Why does he use a older version of xcode for the blog reader app. I'm assuming they filmed the blog reader app before the simple app.
link: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-blog-reader-iphone-app-2/rebuilding-from-scratch/starting-over-2 (8:07)
Stone Preston42,016 Points
set your storyboard file as the main interface. That will accomplish the same thing. In the new xcode main storyboard was changed to main interface.
Gregg Mojica11,506 Points
The blog reader app was filmed in 2012 when Xcode 4.5 was live. Apple released Xcode 5 in 2013, when he filmed the Crystal Ball app. Xcode 5 has a redesigned interface.
Amit BijlaniTreehouse Guest Teacher
Don't worry about it. The newer version of Xcode uses Storyboards by default so you don't need to specify it.