Learn how books and playgrounds differ in structure by looking at them in Finder.
- [Instructor] The blank template and the shapes template…are different in structure.…One is a page, the other a book.…Notice the title has nothing around it.…Go over to the shapes template.…And you notice around the title are arrows.…This is a book.…A playground made of several playgrounds.…Tap the right arrow and you'll see the create page.…Tap the right arrow again, and you'll see the touch page.…And finally, one more time, you'll see the animation page.…
You cannot look at the structure of a page from your IPAD.…For that, you'll need to go to a MAC.…Switch over to your MAC.…Using finder, head into iCloud.…In your iCloud drive, you'll find find a folder…named playgrounds that was created by your IPAD app.…I have my finder set to detailed and you'll see…the different extensions on the folders.…There's two folders here;…the single page playground…and the multiple page playground book.…
If you double click them, you'll open Xcode.…Go ahead and open the my playground file.…You'll see your code there and the playground…
- Comparing iPad and Xcode playgrounds
- Creating and testing Swift classes and code in iPad and Xcode playgrounds
- Prototyping code
- Debugging and testing with Quick Look live views
- Using markup to interactively document code and create educational lessons
- Compiling code into playground books
Skill Level Intermediate
iOS App Development: Notificationswith Steven Lipton1h 10m Intermediate
1. Introducing Playgrounds
2. Xcode Playgrounds
3. iPad Playgrounds
4. Markup and Playgrounds
5. Playground Books
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