This is one of those projects that unleashes a massive range of possibilities if you stop to think for a moment. Almost any physical location – from an office to a warehouse to a school to a museum – can benefit from triggering behaviors on the user’s device as they move around, so the real question is: what are you going to do with this technology?
Mo Farah – multiple-time British Olympic gold medallist – said “if you dream and have the ambition and want to work hard, then you can achieve.” Today is day 76 so you can clearly work hard, and I hope I’ve planted the dream of something big in your head – all that remains is your ambition to bring about that goal based on what you know.
And before you start doubting yourself, think about it: at this point you already know large parts of UIKit and SpriteKit, you can fetch and parse data from the internet using
Codable, you can mark locations on maps, read from the camera, create animations, and more – the range of apps you can build is huge if you put your mind to it.
Today you should work through the wrap up chapter for project 22, complete its review, then work through all three of its challenges.
That’s another project finished, and one that opens a whole new world of micro-location possibilities – share your progress with the world!
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