Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Learning iOS 10 App Development: 5 Working with Views.
- [Narrator] The exercise files for this course are organized by chapters. There's also a folder called "assets" inside of there that contain some images that we'll use once in the course. The Chapter folders contain sub-folders that correspond to the movies in the course. When you're watching a movie for a particular topic, you're going to see a name of a file pop up on the screen. For example, Chapter 1, data source, start, tables, and then tables.xcodeproject.
That's the file that you want to open up to follow along. If you don't see a message on your screen, telling you which file to open, you can just assume you can create a single view application template project in Xcode, or you can just watch my screen and follow along because I'm going to create the project in the movie. Now, once you find the Xcode project file, simply double-click it to open it up in Xcode and follow right along with me. Now, I understand you may not have access to the exercise files.
And if you don't, that's okay too. Other than the images I showed earlier, we're creating all of the assets for this course from scratch as we go. With any minor exceptions that there may be, I will explain them as we go, so you can follow along as well.
- Creating table views and data sources
- Loading an array
- Grouping sections
- Adding titles and images to table cells
- Responding to table row selection events
- Adding tabs to a tabbed application
- Transitioning between views
- Sending data between views