Hello World, iOS edition
A simple project to get things started. Create an Xcode project for an iOS app, and add a text label and a button. The text label will initially be "Hello World." Click the button, and the text should update to your name. You MUST create the project in Bitbucket, and turn things in through Bitbucket. We will be doing team projects -- and this is how we will coordinate. Using Bitbucket will also show exactly who made changes, and when they were made. Version control software is a very good thing.
- Create a GIT repository for your project on Bitbucket. Name the repository p01-yourlastname. You'll need to give both the TA (kdibene1) and Prof. Madden (profmadden) access (for downloading and grading later).
- Follow the instructions to create a GIT repositiory on your computer
- Create a new Xcode project, and put it into your git directory.
- Add all the files to the git repository, and then send them up to the server.
- Make the edits required for your Hello World project. Your project might wind up looking a lot like this example (but seriously, make your own from scratch -- it's not that hard, and it's good to know how to do this, because you won't always get a starter project handed to you).
- Once you've gotten the code done -- git add -A, git commit, and git push, to send things to the server. We'll be using git a lot, so you should become familiar with it. Git check-in time stamps (and user IDs) will be checked by the TA, to make sure you're doing the work!