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We start out by creating our first view controller (Search) by creating some structure to keep things organized by logical function (rather than by subclass) and create a storyboard to hold each tab. The main storyboard then uses Storyboard References to keep things tidy.
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#382
We start from a blank project template, then add our first storyboard and tab bar controller. We also introduce a mechanism for skinning the app with a Theme type.
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In the refactoring series, Soroush mentioned a protocol he uses to make initializing view controllers from a storyboard as easy as adopting a protocol (and completely type-safe). In this episode we will build this using Swift protocol extensions. The end result is something you can easily carry with you from project to project.