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pushViewController versus presentModalViewController

Oliver DrobnikOliver Drobnik Vienna, AustriaPosts: 538New Users, Registered Users @ @ @
edited September 2008 in iPhone SDK Development
Hi,

can anyone explain what the difference is between PushViewController and presentModalViewController?

iside a navigation view controller:


AnotherViewController *anotherViewController = [[AnotherViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@"AnotherView" bundle:nil];


[self pushViewController:anotherViewController animated:YES];

versus

[self presentModalViewController:anotherViewController animated:YES];


gives a different result. With the first I see the Navigation bar updated according to what I set in the XIB. With the second the window slides in from below, but is missing a navigation bar.

my anotherView XIB consists of the following:

File's Owner
First Responder
View
Navigation Bar
Navigation Item
Bar Button


I am looking at the SQL Books sample and there the same XIB is used. For Editing the view slides in from the right. For adding it slides in from below. I don't see why the modal version would not show the navigation bar ...
Post edited by Oliver Drobnik on
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