This project starts off a little differently. In order to focus on the watchOS code, we will begin with an Xcode project that already contains the code you will need for the iPhone app. This small amount of code is pretty standard stuff, and if you have done any iOS coding with Swift before, you will have no problems understanding what the code does.
You can download the project here:
Broadly speaking, the phone app simply enables the user to enter any number of prompts, and perform the standard re-order and delete tasks, which would be a troublesome task (to say the least) on the watch itself.
When you have downloaded and opened the project, you will find the complete iOS code, but for the WatchKit Extension and WatchKit app there is no more than the standard template files that you know already from our previous projects. By all means, have a look over the iPhone app source code. Anything that does...