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Swift iOS Programming for Kids

By : Steffen D. Sommer, Jim Campagno
Book Image

Swift iOS Programming for Kids

By: Steffen D. Sommer, Jim Campagno

Overview of this book

This book starts at the beginning by introducing programming through easy to use examples with the Swift Playgrounds app. Kids are regularly encouraged to explore and play with new concepts to support knowledge acquisition and retention – these newly learned skills can then be used to express their own unique ideas. Children will be shown how to create their first iOS application and build their very own movie night application.
Table of Contents (21 chapters)
Swift iOS Programming for Kids
About the Authors
About the Reviewer
Customer Feedback
Getting Set Up

Deploying our application to our iPhone

Before ending this chapter, let's quickly go through how to run our Movie Night application on a real iPhone. To do this, we need to ensure that we have the following things in place:

  • The iPhone is connected to the computer using a Lighting to USB cable

  • You have an Apple ID account

Then, by navigating to Xcode | Preferences and then selecting the Accounts tab, you should be able to click on  + in the lower-left corner of the window. There, you will have an option to Add Apple ID….

After entering your Apple ID details, you can close the preferences window and click on Movie Night in the Navigator area on the left:

This will bring up the general settings for your project. The second section will be named Signing; in this section, you should be able to choose your Apple ID as the Team:

After selecting this, you should be able to select your iPhone as the device and hit play to install it on your phone. If Xcode mentions something about verification of...