Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of iOS 10 App Development Essentials 2: Design a User Interface.
- [Instructor] The Exercise Files for this course are organized by chapters. So each chapter folder contains the corresponding files for the chapters of the course. So we have chapter one, two, and three. Inside of these chapter folders you're going to find sub-folders, and in those sub-folders are going to be final and start states of the projects for that particular movie. You're going to see the name of the file to open up on your screen as you're going through the course.
If you're following along, what you want to do is go to the appropriate folder for the movie and then go to the Start folder, and then drill down into the project name and then just double click this Xcode project file to open it up. That'll open up the project in Xcode so you can follow along. Note that I've saved the final states of projects simply for your convenience so they're there if you ever need 'em. Now if you don't have access to the Exercise Files, don't worry, you can still follow along.
Everything in this course is made from scratch, so I'm building it based on the single view application template, so if you don't see any code or any user interface optics on my screen, you can assume that I created the project in that way and then follow right along. For any other changes, I'll make sure to point them out in the course so you can follow along as well.
- Navigating storyboards
- Working with views and view controllers
- Using Auto Layout
- Adding constraints
- Creating UI elements with code
- Adding sliders and progress bars
- Using image and web views