Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Learning iOS 10 App Development: 3 Intermediate UI Design.
- [Announcer] The exercise files for this course are organized by chapters. Each chapter contains the appropriate exercise files for the movies within the chapter. For example, chapter one contains a bunch of folders that correspond to movies in chapter one the course. To follow along, you're going to see the name of a file on your screen. You can find the starting file by drilling down, for example, going into chapter one, the code folder, and then into the start folder, and then drilling down through there.
From there, you're going to find the project file called UI dot Xcode project. Easiest way to follow along is to simply double click this file. It'll open up in Xcode and you can get started right along with us in the course. I've also included the final versions of exercise files for your convenience. You can follow the same drilling down structure to find the Xcode project files in those folders. There's also a folder called assets that contains some graphics that are used in the course.
If you don't have the exercise files, you can still follow along. We're going to be creating everything from scratch and in those case where we're going to use extra files that we have in the assets folder, I'll tell you what exactly you're going to need to create your own file, and that way, you'll still be able to follow along just as good as anyone.
- Adding picker views
- Responding to selections in picker views
- Creating UI elements with code
- Creating image views to display images
- Creating web views to display web content
- Changing fonts, pins, and views with size classes