In this project you're going to create a Safari extension, which lets us embed a version of our app directly inside Safari's action menu, then manipulate Safari data in interesting ways.
This is the first of two projects that are hard. This is not because I want to torture you, but because this isn’t one of Apple’s better APIs – in fact, I’d say it’s downright ugly in places. In this project, the actual amount of code you're going to be writing is quite small. However, it's dense, and there's a lot to take in, so it might feel like slow going.
At the very least, the project will still be useful and you'll learn a lot too – not least about Safari extensions and a new class called
Let's get started: create a new Single View App project in Xcode, naming it Project19.
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