I clicked through, and I wasn’t disappointed: not only did the GitHub page include the exact same content as the iTunes U course, but it looked better and included the missing Xcode project downloads — plus Keynote files for class lectures on various design concepts.
would return nil and this could be tested. However, this also demanded that all method calls be dynamic, which introduces significant overhead. Swift’s use of optionals provides a similar mechanism for testing and dealing with nils, but does so in a way that allows the compiler to use static dispatch because the unwrapping action is called on a defined instance (the wrapper), versus occurring in the runtime dispatch system.
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At the moment I have 1336 apps in my 64GB iPad & sorting them into folders is a real pain & time consuming esp after a fresh system restore. I wish Apple or someone will come up with a tool or an app to automatically sort them into folders based maybe on the AppStore categories.
The idea of earning money by simply taking photos of your shopping receipts is a pretty odd concept. It’s also the basis for a very real app. The brains behind the app, ScoutIt, are touting it as “a fun and rewarding way to turn receipts from everyday grocery shopping into cash”. Fun is probably stretching it a little, but easy? Yes. Very.
In-app purchases are also found outside the mobile gaming world in apps like Calcbot, 1Password, or even Apple Music. This second category of in-app purchases lets you continue to use what you purchase unlike consumable items that don’t remain once they’re used, such as extra lives in Candy Crush Saga.
You will be doing the programming in the ViewController.m file, but it doesn’t hurt to look at the other files. The MainStoryboard.Storyboard file is the UI, we’ll deal with that later. The appDelegate is what is called on startup, in this tutorial, we will be leaving that alone.
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