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Wrap up

This has been a very simple project in terms of what it can do, but you've also learned a huge amount about Swift, Xcode and storyboards. I know it's not easy, but trust me: you've made it this far, so you're through the hardest part.

To give you an idea of how far you've come, here are just some of the things we've covered: constants and variables, method overrides, table views and image views, app bundles, FileManager, typecasting, arrays, loops, optionals, view controllers, storyboards, outlets, Auto Layout, UIImage and more.

Yes, that's a huge amount, and to be brutally honest chances are you'll forget half of it. But that's OK, because we all learn through repetition, and if you continue to follow the rest of this series you'll be using all these and more again and again until you know them like the back of your hand.

You did it! Now what?

You finished another project, and I'm glad Hacking with Swift helped you. Now I need your help. Please take just a moment out of your day to tell others about Hacking with Swift so they can benefit too.

You can click below to post a tweet straight to this project. Or if you're feeling particularly generous, you can click here to link to Hacking with Swift on your website and help spread the word.

Thank you. Your support is what keeps me going!

 

About the author

Paul Hudson is the creator of Hacking with Swift, the most comprehensive series of Swift books in the world. He's also the editor of Swift Developer News, the maintainer of the Swift Knowledge Base, and Mario Kart world champion. OK, so that last part isn't true. If you're curious you can learn more here.

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