Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of iOS 11 Development Essential Training: Working with Views.
- [Instructor] The exercise files for this course are organized by chapters in addition to the chapter folders, there's also a folder called assets that contains some graphics. The chapter folders contain the actual working files for the course. If you select a folder, you're going to see a group of sub folders. As you're going through the course, on your screen you're going to see folder paths that match these paths that will take you into a start folder, a sub folder called views, and then an Xcode project file called views as well.
You can just double click that file, open up Xcode and follow along with the course. Note that I've also included the final states of exercise files, simply for your convenience. So you can go down inside the final folder, and navigate to the Xcode project there, to find the final state that I ended up with at the end of the movie. For those of you who don't have the exercise files, you can still follow along. While you will need a graphical asset to follow along when we use that graphic, you'll only need one, and, everything else in the course is built from scratch using Xcodes' assets.
For anything that's not from the single view application template starting out, I will tell you what I have set up both in my user interface and my code, so you can follow along as well.