You’ve completed another project now, and I hope you’re now starting to realize how little code it takes to make iOS projects come to life.
But we’re not done yet. It’s really important that you take the time to review what you learned to make sure it’s sunk in, and to test out that learning with some challenges.
There’s a Korean singer called Kwon Ji-yong – better known by the awesome stage name G-Dragon – who said, “you have to believe in yourself, challenge yourself, and push yourself until the very end; that's the only way you'll succeed.”
And he’s right: I want you to succeed, but I also want to set you free a little to so you can try (and fail a little!) on your own. Sometimes figuring out all the wrong paths is as important as figuring out the right paths.
Today you should work through the wrap up chapter for project 4, complete its review, then work through all three of its challenges.
Once you’re done, tell other people: you’ve built a web browser for iOS, you’ve passed the test, and you’ve even extended it with your own code.
You should be proud of what you’ve accomplished – well done!
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