This where we leave C-Quence, at least, as far as this book goes. It would be an excellent idea to go back over the code, right the way from the beginning of Chapter 3, C-Quence – A Memory Game, and experiment with tweaking the code here and there, with a view to better understanding what each line of code does, and how it might be varied.
And if it kills the app? No problem, that's what command-Z is for.
In this chapter, you have learned to:
Iterate through the Run-test-fix process to catch bugs
Adapt the originally planned code to real hardware conditions, You have
Enabled phone-to-watch communication using the
Use of constants to make that communication easier to code safely
You have also learned to create shared manager singletons
NSUserDefaultsto persistently store data on both devices
You have used Interface Builder's Layout Constraints to create a minimalistic interface on the phone that will correctly adapt to all screen sizes and orientations