I don’t know what you’ll go on to do once you reach the end of these 100 days. Maybe you’ll go on to make your own games, maybe you’ll join a company that specializes in Core Image work, or maybe you’ll create your own app that uses collection views and animations to build something new.
This uncertainty is part of why the 100 days curriculum is so varied – I try to cover a little bit of everything so you’re able to say you have some experience no matter where you end up working.
But the main reason we cover so much ground is because I want to inspire in you a desire to keep learning about iOS, because it’s a marvelously powerful ecosystem where so many extraordinary frameworks lie at our fingertips it can be hard to know where to start. As Anthony J. D'Angelo once said, “develop a passion for learning – if you do, you will never cease to grow.”
Today we’re going to be reviewing what has been covered in projects 13, 14, and 15, and you’ll also be faced with a fresh challenge to write a new app from scratch. While you tackle it, please keep in your head that passion for learning, because you’re growing as a developer all the time.
Today you have three topics to work through, one of which of is your challenge.
Note: Don’t worry if you don’t complete challenges in the day they were assigned – in future days you’ll find you have some time to spare here and there, so challenges are something you can return back to in the future.
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