|Sep 20, 2010, 08:17 AM||#1|
Hey, I'm doing a story book for the iPad. It has about a hundred pages and each page has some unique attributes such as sound clips and things to click on.
Would the correct way to go about this be using a view controller with a view for each page? What would be some other ways?
I'm looking to have one UIViewController switch between many (possibly hundreds) of UIViews. Any suggestions as to how I would go about doing this?
Right now I have a MainViewController loading one page and a couple UIViews each with functions to go to alternate pages. Could I set up functions in the MainViewController to control these page changes thereby reducing the need to set up functions in each new UIView?
I can successfully remove views using: [self removeFromSuperview] but how do I add the new one?
Last edited by SilentPanda; Sep 20, 2010 at 01:08 PM. Reason: Post Merge
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