Thanks Aaron. That’s what I suspected.
Back to my hunt … I just want a simple two view app that I can click the button on the top to spin the view to the other view. UITabBarController does this under the hood. I don’t want a two switch UITabBar taking up precious realestate on the bottom of the screen. I’m going to have other buttons on the bottom of the screen (ie: each screen will have tables and I want to have sort buttons for those tables on the bottom of the screen). I started to write this app three years ago and never quite figured it out. I came back month ago and am still on the hunt. I know I need to write my own RootViewController that has methods that switch the views when I click on the buttons in the other two subViews of my RootViewController but for the life of me I can’t figure this out. I peeked ahead in the two books and neither shows how this can be done. I get endless errors when i try every way I can think of. I’ve purchased other texts and none of them show me either. I found a sample years ago that pulls this off by creating all the views programatically. I don’t want want that. I want to create the views with interface builder and then just switch back and forth between the views.
Dang, if only I could look under the UiTabViewController hood!