Assignment #6 Task #3

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The Itinerary tab must show a list of all the places where photos in the chosen Virtual Vacation have been taken (sorted with first-visited first). Clicking on a place will show all the photos in the Virtual Vacation taken in that place. The place name should be the one returned by getting the new FLICKR_PHOTO_PLACE_NAME key in the Flickr photo dictionaries you retrieve from the photosInPlace:maxResults: method. You will need to use the new FlickrFetcher code available with this assignment. Use only the place’s name (as returned the the FLICKR_PHOTO_PLACE_NAME key) to determine what the place is (i.e. ignore things like the Flickr place id).

In both storyboards add two additional table view controllers with two new subclasses. Set their cell types and reuse identifiers. The first one will be used for the places in the itinerary, the second one for its photos. Create a push segue from the itinerary cell of the vacation view controller to the first new table view controller, another push segue from its cell to the second new table view controller and – only for the iPhone storyboard – an additional segue from the cell of the second new table view controller to the photo view controller from the previous assignments. Name all segue identifiers accordingly.
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Assignment #6 Task #2

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When the user chooses a Virtual Vacation from the list, bring up a static table view with two choices: Itinerary and Tag Search.

In both storyboards add an additional table view controller, create a subclass for it and set it up in story board. Create a push segue from the prototype cell of the vacations table view controller to the new table view controller.

The tricky part of this task is to make the table static. Select the table view of the table view controller and change its content type from previously Dynamic Prototypes to Static Cells. Label the first cell “Itinerary”, the second “Tag Search” and delete the third cell.
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Assignment #6 Task #1

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The sixth assignment continues the application from the last assignments which create a Flickr photo browser. This assignment will add features emphasizing the use of Core Data.

This application lets the user assemble a Virtual Vacation of places in the world to visit. Users will use the photo-choosing capabilities of your Fast Map Places application to choose photos in the places they want to go. In this application you will have two major tasks: allowing the user to choose where they want to go and allowing the user to “go on vacation” in their Virtual Vacation spots. You will accomplish the former by adding a “Visit/Unvisit” button to the scenes in your Fast Map Places where a photo is displayed. You will accomplish the latter by adding a new tab to your Tab Bar Controller which lets the user peruse their Virtual Vacation either by place or by searching for tags that were found in the Flickr dictionaries for the photos they chose to visit.

1. Add a new tab to your application that displays a new table view controller showing a list of all the “Virtual Vacations” found in the user’s Documents directory in their sandbox. A Virtual Vacation file is created by saving a UIManagedDocument (more on this below). Each vacation must have it’s own separate file in the Documents directory.

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