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   *creating a new Objective-C class using File > New and ensuring it is a subclass of UIViewController   *creating a new Objective-C class using File > New and ensuring it is a subclass of UIViewController
   *associating the newly created class with a controller displayed in the storyboard by using the **Identity Inspector** of **InterfaceBuilder** and changing the listed class   *associating the newly created class with a controller displayed in the storyboard by using the **Identity Inspector** of **InterfaceBuilder** and changing the listed class
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 Each controller has a view **property.** The screen is ultimately constructed out of all the views the developer adds as **subviews** to this view through dragging and dropping (or code) in **InterfaceBuilder.** As such, each controller maintains a tree of subviews that interact dynamically at runtime. ​ Each controller has a view **property.** The screen is ultimately constructed out of all the views the developer adds as **subviews** to this view through dragging and dropping (or code) in **InterfaceBuilder.** As such, each controller maintains a tree of subviews that interact dynamically at runtime. ​
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