Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Apple Pay for Developers.
- [Voiceover] The exercise files for this course are organized by chapters. Each chapter has the appropriate exercise files for that chapter. In most cases, you're going to see one or more sub-folders in a chapter folder, and that sub-folder will have both the final and the start states of the files for that particular movie. You're going to see the name of the files that open for each movie as well. In most cases, you'll go inside of a start folder.
In this case, in chapter one folder, you're going to see nothing in the start folder because we're going to save the project in the start folder during the movie. I've also save the final version of the files for your convenience. To open up the files, navigate into the final or start folder, go into the xcode sub-folder in there, and then just double-click the xcode project file to open it up and follow along with us right away.
For chapter three, you're going to see multiple sub-folders, but with the same rules: both a final and a start folder, and sub-folder within there where you can find the xcode project file. Chapter two is actually a little bit different. In there is only one folder. The reason I did that is because throughout the chapter, we download a pre-existing project and we make a small amount of changes to that project. I saved the final version in here, so you can find the final version of a chapter two files inside of this folder.
If you don't have the exercise files, don't worry, you can still follow along. We're creating everything in this course from scratch so you can follow every step of the way.
- Registering a Merchant ID
- Setting up the backend with Heroku, Composer, and Git
- Integrating with Stripe
- Building an Apple Pay app
- Modifying the interface
- Deploying the app