Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Building a Calculator for Apple Watch.
- The exercise files for this course are organized by chapters. Each chapter contains the appropriate files for that chapter. Which in this course, is just Chapter 01 and Chapter 02. Chapter 01 doesn't have any exercise files, so there's a file in there that is named THERE ARE NO EXERCISE FILES FOR THIS CHAPTER. There's also a folder called assets. The assets folder contains the icons that we're going to apply to the Watch app. So for Chapter 02, you can access any of the projects that we're working in for each individual movie, by following the promptings on your screen.
For example, if I wanted to go into the folder that says equals, and I see equals/start/Calculator/Calculator.xcodeproj, I could double-click that file, and that file will open up in Xcode and take me to the appropriate place to write the code for the application. Just make sure that you're working in the same file as me, which you can check on the left side of the screen in the Project Navigator. In addition to the starting states of each movie, I've also included the final states for each movie just in case you get lost.
So those are under final, Calculator, and then Calculator.xcodeproj. And again, just like the start files, you can simply double-click that file to open it up in Xcode and compare my code against yours. If you don't have access to the exercise files, don't worry, you can still follow along. While you won't have access to the final and start states of each project, we're going to be building one continuous project through this course, and we're going to be building that from scratch. The only files that you'll need to provide for yourself, are the icon files which are in the assets folder.
We'll talk about the size dimensions of those files, and which apps you can use to create them, in the course.