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Planning Part 3: Going cross-platform

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When it's planned to continue with the final part of the UltimatePortfolio app, going cross-platform to other platforms like Mac & Apple Watch?

In today's email from Paul Hudson, he has announced the following:

"At the same time, you might also have noticed a lack of new videos in the Ultimate Portfolio App series. I'm afraid that Xcode 13 introduced a couple of annoying changes with my App Clips plan, so I'm having to reconsider that part of the course. I don't want to keep you all waiting, so at this point I might just put a pin in part 2 of the course and jump straight on to part 3 where we port the app to macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Once I get the App Clips code in order again I can return to part 2 and finish it off."

Great news!!!


Are you talking about Ultimate Portfolio App. I assume that when Paul finished the 100 Days of SwiftUI.


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