Storyboards vs XIBs


mainThe concept of storyboarding was introduced by Apple in iOS 5. This was the first major deviation from using the interface builder to build iOS apps. Storyboards were created to help developers visualize the flow of the application. It is a lot like having a bunch of XIBs, but in a single file. You can also create custom transitions via code that will change dynamically if needed, much like you can with XIBs. But a lot of people who are new to iOS development get confused between XIBs and Storyboards. What should you use for your project? Does it matter one way or the other?  

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