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what's up everyone and today's video and.my Swift beginner series you're going to.build your first app well I don't know.what you've been doing who knows you may.build a few house but the point of this.video is to take somebody that has no.programming experience at all and build.their very first app now the reason I.really wanted to do a video like this is.because I've been a professional.developer for two years now and I still.remember my first app it's stole my.phone never deleting it it's got some.sentimental value it does absolutely.nothing but I remember thinking it was.so cool to time I mean like here it is.it's just the fun facts app it was on.the treehouse website it's just the.screen with a fact you tap the button.random color new fat comes up does.nothing but I remember building it and.being able to run it on my phone and.having it on my phone Rover I went and I.would just tap it and play with it I.mean it's a stupid little app but I.thought it was so cool and it kind of.sparked me on my journey to become an.iOS developer so the whole point of this.video is to give just one person that.feeling that I had that got me hooked on.developing for the iPhone so when you.and I are going to build today is a.simple app that's going to display three.buttons and each one of those buttons is.going to have a music genre on it when.you tap on that button it's going to.play a random song on your phone from.that music genre I'm pump let's go.alright so I'm assuming you already have.Xcode installed but for some reason you.don't you just go to the App Store type.in Xcode here in the search bar and it.should be the first thing that pops up.here in the upper left so just go ahead.and download it it's a free download.from Apple so it doesn't cost anything.it is going to be a very large download.so you know take some time but if you.haven't done that go ahead and do that.and check back when you're done.and you go and hit file new new project.and that will take you to this screen so.we want to go ahead do a single view.application product name is going to be.we're going to call this music player.you can call it whatever you want your.team should be attached to your Apple.account so this should all be filled in.organization identifier you want it to.be like this is my website Sean Alan Koh.it's always like the the.com first so I.would do comm dot your full name just.for the identifiers that'll work so go.and hit next you can save it to wherever.you like on the save it to my desktop so.now you're looking at your general.project settings we're not really going.to mess with this too much because this.is your first app after all the only.thing we're going to do is if you go.down here in deployment info where my.mouse is shaking here to landscape left.and landscape right uncheck those boxes.what that does that doesn't allow the.app to go into landscape mode the reason.we're checking this off is because you'd.have to do some extra light.out stuff and again we're trying to keep.this as simple as possible so only.portrait mode for now so over here on.the left if you click on your storyboard.you're going to see the basic screen.that you have to work with now the.screen is attached to a file currently.it's attached to this view controller.file but view controller is the general.term for this screen so let's go ahead.and right click on this and delete it.and he'll go in and move to trash and.then hit your music player folder do.command n for a new file go and make it.a cocoa touch class file hit next and.then make sure it's a subclass of.uiviewcontroller down here and up here.you can name the screen whatever you.want let's just call this genre button.screen you can name it whatever you like.but that's probably pretty good I'm.going to save it there okay so now like.I said we have this screen here the.genre button screen nevermind the code.go back to your storyboard now we have.to connect this view controller to that.genre button screen file and that's real.simple over here on the right where my.mouse is shaking you have these buttons.up top hit this one that looks like a.little ID card it's identity inspector.and for class right now it just says.view controller go and highlight that.and start typing genre and it should.autocomplete or whatever you named it.genre button screen once the.autocompletes go and hit enter what that.did is that just connected this view.controller on the storyboard to the file.that we created here and I just like to.have my files appear you don't have to.do this but you can drag it up there if.you like okay so now that we have our.storyboard and our file connected let's.go and start building our UI or the user.interface so as you saw in the preview.it's basically just going to be three.button so down here on the lower right.you should have some options here if you.scroll up and down all the stuff you can.pick it's really easy just to click in.the filter and type in button here's a.button go ahead and drag it onto the.screen and then again so this panel on.the right is how you kind of adjust.everything with an object so we're going.to adjust if you hit this little down.arrow this is going to allow us to.adjust the properties of our button so.we're going to go ahead and you can.choose whatever color you want but if.you scroll down a little bit you'll see.background down here below click on that.make the background color whatever you.want I'm going to make it green you see.we have blue letters right now that.doesn't look that great so back up here.we have text color I'm gonna make mine.white.again feel free to make this app your.own make the colors you want make the.font whatever you want so we're going to.touch the font next I like so if you go.up to custom you can pick whatever you.want.so font custom family you can pick again.whatever form you want I like a veneer.next and I like bold and then again you.can just the the size so once you have.that figured out go ahead and hit hit.done and then our button looks awfully.cramped right looks weird but now we can.adjust the size of it so up here we have.the attributes inspector select if you.hover over it you'll see what you get to.the right of that is the size inspector.so this is going to allow us to adjust.the size of it to make it look right so.if you click on that down here in this.view you have width and height let's go.ahead and just just for now it's going.to make it to 60 and height of 60 like.big fat buttons if you can just kind of.dragging to the middle should snap to.the middle so there you go all right we.have our basic first button setup now if.you click on the button on the.storyboard hold option click and drag.this is going to make a copy of the.button make sure you unclick the mouse.first before you let go of option and.then do that one more time hold option.drag let go the mouse then let go of.option okay so now we have three buttons.they're not spaced all right but that's.fine so let's go and change the colors.of these buttons again you can make it.whatever you like like I have that one.purple I think I have this one in a blue.color okay so now we're going to make it.so these buttons are evenly spaced no.matter what size screen you're on so to.do that we're going to throw these into.a stack view and that's real simple so.if you highlight all the buttons so.click on one button hold shift click on.the next one keep holding shift click on.the next one.that's going to highlight all your.buttons and then down here on the right.there's this little button right here.where my mouse is has a little down.arrow if you click on that it's going to.throw them all in a stack view and don't.worry I know it looks messed up we're.going to fix it so in here on the left.make sure you highlight your stack view.and now we're going to set some.constraints in what constraints do is it.allows you to do you know things like a.size and width and allow you to Center.it in the screen or pin it to the left.of the screen and the reason for this is.oh it looks good on multiple screen.sizes as you know Apple has small phones.large phones iPads all different kinds.of screen sizes so this is what's called.auto layout and it helps make it look.right on all the screens so let's go.ahead and give it some constraints so.here in the lower-right if you're.stallers fan it looks like a little Thai.fighter so do the one with the square.here add new constraints so we're going.to go ahead right here and give it a.width of 260 that's what we wanted our.buttons to be and then the height is the.whole stack view let's go and give it a.300 height so go and hit add two.constraints okay we're still looking.messed up we're going to fix it it's.cool back down here in the constraints.again right to the left of the TIE.fighter we hit go ahead and hit a line.this little bar sideways bar chart.looking button click on that and we want.to horizontally Center it in container.and vertically Center it in container so.if you add two constraints so BAM that.just put it right dead center of our.view and we have a width of 260 and the.height of 300 so now we just need to fix.these buttons and to do that we need to.go to the attributes inspector of our.stack views so make sure you still have.your stack view selected and then to the.right our attributes inspector up here.up top we have distributions so right.now our distribution is fill so that.means it's going to fill the whole thing.with no white space so if you click on.the options here you want to go to equal.spacing so there you go now they're.equally spaced but now they're pretty.skinny so again what we need to do is.click on a button hold shift to click on.the other buttons now they got all three.selected again down here in the little.Thai fighter of the constraints we want.to go ahead and put a height constraint.of 60 like big fat buttons so hit add.three constraints and there we are we're.good to go.now one thing I forgot to do if you go.ahead and select your stack view again.we want to have that the stop button in.the next button below this but you can.kind of see we're getting towards the.bottom of the screen so let's move our.stack view up from the center a bit so.make sure you have your stack view.selected here on the left and then in.the right on the sizing this ruler over.here now you can adjust your constraints.these four boxes right here are your.constraints so we want to adjust our.center Y constraint right now it's dead.center vertically in the screen so if.you hit edit change the constant to.negative 50 that's going to bump it up.50 points like that and there you go.that'll give us room for the stop button.and the next button so let's go ahead.and add those to do that I'm just going.to use one of these buttons as a.template so again hold option drag down.you're going to drag it out of the stack.view so now we have a fourth button.that's outside the stack view now we.don't want this button to be the same.size as the other buttons we only want.it to be about 1/2 so.select this button down here which is.going to be our stop button and here in.the sides inspector on the right the.ruler you go down here you can see with.260 go ahead and change that to 120 you.can see our button go shrink just to.alleviate confusion if you double click.on the button in here let's change.button to stop that way we know it's a.stop button and then I want my stop.button if you go in the attributes.inspector up here to the top I want my.button to be red so let's go ahead and.change the background color to red and.then now let's set up our next button so.we want it to be basically the same size.of the stop so if you click on the stop.hold option drag to the right again let.go the mouse button before you let go of.option and now you have a copy of the.stop button so let's go and double click.in here and changed it to next now I.want the background on my next button to.be white but I have a white background.so let's fix that so in my view.controller I have this top-level view.right here this is a view hierarchy if.you if you imagine like your Finder.window with all your folders you can.minimize these and make it bigger so.picture this is kind of like a folder.structure so view is my top-level view.here in now you can see once I have it.selected I get the attribute inspector.the background is white it's going to.make the background I want it to be you.know pretty dark gray you can make it.whatever again I want you to make it.your custom map so pick a color you like.I'm going to go gray so that means now I.can click my next button got my.attributes inspector up and now I can go.down to background and I can make that.white but now my words are gone so let's.go scroll up text color make that red ok.so that's what I want so now if you.notice all my buttons I have these red.outlines around them you can't really.see it on the stop because the.background of the stop is red but it's.there so that means constraints aren't.set it's missing some constraints and.that's also with this little red dot up.here means so let's go ahead and add.some constraints so to both of these we.want to go ahead and add make sure that.we have a heightened width if you click.on this ruler here it'll show you what.constraints are already on it so it.looks like we already have a height of.60 so we just need a width so go ahead.and add width.remember we wanted the width to be 120.so with click on that 120 good add one.constraint we're still not set yet but.this is kind of the first step to.getting these constraints right click on.the Thai fighter down here and with 120.cool so now we have a height and width.now I want to align my stop button with.my stack views remember this this whole.object right here is my stack view it's.basically just a square in the middle of.the screen what I want to do with my.stop button is align the left edges of.the stack view with a stop button so.these will all line up perfectly so if.you click on the stop button over here.in your view hierarchy and now you're.going to control drag up to the stack.view see I was highlighting the button.button we want to highlight the stack.view unclick and now we want to align.leading this is going to align the.leading spaces so everything lines up.nicely on the left cool and it was.already there so if it wasn't there it.would have snap to it now the other.thing we want to do is we want to align.the vertical spacing because right now.the stop button doesn't know you know.where it should be on the screen so if.you control drag again from the stop.button to the stack view now we want.vertical spacing and then you see we got.this line right here so if you click on.the stop button scroll up you can see.top space equal the stack view is right.now is 66.5 because I was dragging it's.not you know exact usually when you're.building a UI you want exact number so.if you hit edit on that constraint 66.5.let's go and make it an even 70 so that.I move it down a little bit so now the.stop button is all blue constraints are.good now if you click on the next button.we still have red lines around it we.need to fix the next button so let's do.that so we want the right edge of the.next button to line up with the stack.view so again on next control drag to.stack view hit trailing because leading.is the left trailing is the right so hit.trailing okay you see it move over now.it's the line to the right and then you.can do two things we can either do the.same thing we did with stop and do a.vertical spacing to the stack view but.just for demonstration purposes let's.actually Center align it to the stop.button so if you control drag the next.button to the stop here in your view.hierarchy you can hit Center vertically.so that's basically going to see it's.going to snap to the center now it's.centered with the stop button so that's.the basic UI setup using storyboard now.as you can see we only have a couple.buttons you can imagine if you were.laying out an app like a Facebook or.Twitter this can get pretty complicated.but right now it's your first app we're.keeping it simple so now that we got the.layout in storyboard it's time to dive.into some code the first thing we need.to do is connect our buttons to our file.so remember this genre button screen.over here on the left and your file is.connected to this view controller so if.you option click on John row button.screen that's.to open up the assistant editor and it's.a little cramped here so let's kind of.move some windows around okay so in your.genre button screen go and get rid of.all these comments we don't need them.you can get rid of did receive memory.warning we're not going to use that get.rid of this comment just to free up some.space here you don't have to do this I'm.going to do this just for my video.purposes I'm going to get rid of this.comments at the top again just so I have.more room for the video so you guys can.see everything so now we have to connect.our buttons to ours onra button screen.here now the way we do that is to.something called an IB action I B stands.for interface builder which is what we.have over here where we built our UI so.in order to do that you click on a.button go ahead and hit control drag.over here and you can see it's going to.let me put it anywhere if you try to do.it down here it's not going to let you.do it you have to put it actually in the.class so equip your mouse and hit action.we're going to name the action genre.button tap now normally you would do.this for your specific button like this.would be on row 1 button tap genre 2.button tap however as you'll see in a.little bit our button taps are all going.to do the same thing so we really only.need one IB action and again you're.going to see this here in a little bit.so make sure this is a type UI button.because these are all UI buttons here.and go and hit connect so now we have.our genre button tapped and now we're.going to connect to these other buttons.to it as well so hold control drag and.then you see how you get this square.that highlights the whole function make.sure you have that and then connect it.do the same thing with the third button.get your square here you don't want to.do this not this we want this.highlighted square let it go so now all.three buttons are connected to this IB.action in the way to test that is the.hover over this little dial here and you.can see all three are highlighted so.we're good to go there now let's connect.our stop button in our next button so.same thing we'll call this stop button.tapped and again this is the type UI.button connect and we'll call this next.button.tapped next button tapped and I almost.forgot to change it to an action I do.that all the time.and UI button and we're good so now we.have our storyboard connected to the.code to get rid of this assistant editor.you can hit this little X here to save.some space and then now click on your.genre button screen to pull up just the.code now in order to play music from.your right.library we're gonna have to import a.media player and use MP music player.controller sounds complicated it's not.I'll show you how to do it so go up here.to line one right after uikit hit return.type import media player and should.autocomplete so media player okay good.now we have access to the MP music.player controller so on line four go.ahead and hit enter twice just for.spacing now let's go and create our.music player variable so var will give.us a variable let's call it music player.and that is going to equal MP music.player controller dot application music.player so what this is doing is we're.creating a variable called music player.and it's an object that is an MP music.player controller and this dot.application music player is only keeping.the music player within our application.so once you close our app it's going to.stop the music you're not gonna go to.play in the background we're just.keeping this simple so now go down to.the bottom line 20 hit return twice just.to give you some space right now we're.going to create the function that.happens when you tap the button so we're.going to call that plays on row so it's.going to create a function play genre.and as you can imagine we kind of need.to know what genre to play.that's called a parameter so we want to.pass that in so plays onra we're going.to call that parameter genre and that's.going to take in a type of a string now.string is basically just word a sentence.so what we're going to pass in here is.you know pop rock hip-hop R&B comedy.well you know whatever that's what we're.going to pass in here so that is a type.string go into your open bracket close.bracket to give it our stub of the.function okay I had a typo up here.string not sting alright so the first.thing we want to do is actually stop the.music player because if you can imagine.if we do this every time you press the.button and the song is already playing.you're going to have you know five songs.playing at once it's going to sound.crazy.maybe that's the app you want I don't.know but what we're going to do is we're.going to stop the music players the.first thing we do so music player what.we created up here on line six this is.kind of like our controller here so we.can do music player dot stop so now we.stopped it if it was playing it stopped.if it wasn't playing it's going to do.nothing so the next step is to create.our query that's going to only get songs.from the certain genre all right so.let's go and create our query so let's.go let query equal and it's an MP media.query object that should autocomplete.make sure you put your parentheses in.there to instantiate it so now we have.our query object called query.and now we need to create the filter so.in filter type objects are often called.predicate sand programming and this is.getting a little more advanced we won't.go too deep into it but just know that.predicates are kind of like filters so.let predicate equal and it's an MP media.property predicate or go to auto.completed and hit the parentheses get.the rest we want value for property so.hit enter there it'll fill out the rest.of it so our value is going to be shun.rrah.now what that is is that's what we're.passing in here in the function here on.line 22 so remember when we call plays.onra not another typo sorry so when we.hit play genre we're passing in the.string again this is going to be pop.rock comedy whatever so we're just.passing that string through here to the.value and for property it's an MP media.item property genre so basically what.this is saying is we want to basically.get everything based on genre and the.value is the genre we want again which.we're going to pass in when we call it.okay so that sounded like a lot don't.worry that is a more complicated task.but we had to do it to get this app to.work so let's move on to more simple.stuff so again we have our query object.here on line 26 and that's what this.warning is telling it saying hey you've.created an object but you haven't used.it yet so let's go and start using it so.query now we want to add filter.predicate you see this is the very first.one and that's the predicate we just.created so what we're going to pass in.there is predicate that's what we just.created here on line 27 so now these.errors are going to go away because now.we've used the query and we've used.predicate so basically what this line.does on line 29 is applies the filter of.the genre to these songs that we're.going to get so let's get our music.player going and remember the music.player is what we created up here on.line 6 this is basically what controls.all the music so so let's do music.player dot set cue now what set cue is.doing is it's basically setting up the.playlist of songs that we're going to.play that we got so we want to do the.second one we want to set cue with the.media query because remember we just.created that query with the predicate a.couple lines ago so with media query and.it is we're just going to pass in the.query that we created remember query we.created on line 26 we put the filter on.the query here on line 29 so now we're.going to use that query to get back just.the genre that we chose.so the next one is music player shuffle.mode and we want to shuffle by song so.dot songs and then last but not least.music player dot play so again what this.function here is doing is it's going to.stop anything that's currently playing.here on line 24.we're going to set up the query by.passing in a genre of what we want you.know whether it's pop comedy or whatever.and apply that query and basically go.and get the songs and then play it here.on line 33 alright so now we want.actually make this happen when you tap.the button so up here on line 13 we have.the genre button tapped so let's type.play genre and remember the genre is.expecting a string now what we can do.here is because up here on line 13 this.function is passing an ascender which is.a uibutton so this is basically whatever.button was tapped so what we can do here.is sender so this is again the button.that was tapped dot current title and.you can see here current title is a type.string which is what jetty onra is.supposed to be so if you go ahead and do.that at the exclamation point at the end.of force and rap it we won't get into.that that's a whole lesson advanced.topic so what this is doing is this is.taking whatever the button title is and.that is our genre so the key here is we.need to go back and change our button.titles to be exactly what the genre is.supposed to be so let's go ahead and do.that if you click on your main dot.storyboard here on the left so right now.our genres going to be button for every.single one of them so let's go and fix.that if you double click on that you get.button now you can choose whatever genre.you like remember I want this to be your.app so I'm going to go and pick comedy.but you can pick whatever you want now.the trick here has to be the exact same.as the genre that is listed in iTunes.for example like hip-hop is hip-hop /.rap not just hip-hop or not just rap now.I've left a list in the description that.lists all the genre types you can just.copy and paste from there or just look.at that and pick whichever ones you want.but again it's not going to work if you.don't have it exactly how the genre is.so I have comedy here I'm going to just.do pop here and again hip - hop / rap so.that should work so if we go back to our.genre button screen here on the left now.if you can imagine now a genre button.tap sender current title when the comedy.buttons tap the genre is going to be.comedy when the pop buttons tap the cop.the genres.to be pop now the last step we have to.do is make sure our stop button and our.next buttons are working so it's just.one line of code so inside the stop.button here on line 18 just type music.player dot stop that's going to stop it.when the stop button is pressed in the.next button you can probably guess what.we're going to do music player dot next.you can just type next and it's going to.say skip to next item that's fine just.double click on that music player dot.skip to next item that's going to skip.all right that's it for the code but.there is one final step we have to get.permission to access or iTunes library.now I know you've seen this another app.where the app has to ask permission.it'll say you know this Apple like use.your location or this Apple like access.to your camera well that's what we have.to do we have to get permission from the.user to get access to the music library.so real quick over here on the left go.to your info.plist and up here where my.mouse is shaking you'll see a little.plus button go ahead and tap that and.start typing privacy with a capital P so.privacy and you'll see these are all the.permissions that you can add to your app.we don't want location we don't want.healthkit we're looking for media.library that's what we want so this is.going to ask for the permission and then.you have to put in a string here just.the sentence on what you want it to say.so far fun little app we'll just say I.want to hear my Jam's with 7 Z's in an.exclamation point so there you go that.is now going to pop up the permissions.which we'll see here in a little bit.when we run it go ahead and go back to.your genre button that Swift screen now.that we've asked our user for permission.to access their iTunes library we have.to check for that permission before we.play our song so up here on line 13.through 15 let's go ahead and make some.space here and type MP media library.should autocomplete dot request and then.the request authorization should.autocomplete here as well so what we're.doing here is we're requesting the.status of that authorization if they.said yes cool we'll go and play the song.if they said no we're out of luck so go.and hit return here and just a hit.return again and type status what you're.doing sure is you're just naming the.object that gets returned again don't.worry about this this is closers or a.little bit more advanced and then we're.going to do a simple if statement so if.status which is what got returned equals.equals so one equal sign means you're.setting something equal to something two.equal signs mean you're checking if.something is equal to something.so if status equals equals dot.authorized.and then when going on here - line 21.just gonna cut and paste this code into.our if statement that we just created so.highlight it command X and then command.V to paste it in there and because it's.in a closure.I wish member up here on line 20 this is.the closure advanced you don't worry.about that too much but because it's in.closure we have to type self dot plays.on row again we're not worried about.that right now this is your first step I.just go ahead and type that in there and.it should work okay so again just to.repeat what's going on here on line 15.we're requesting the authorization we're.getting back a status from the closure.and we're so checking if the status is.equal to authorized then we're going to.go ahead and play our music now if we.were building a full production app the.else statement here would be all the.error handling you know if we're not.authorized go ahead and show them an.error pop-up but again we're trying to.keep this super simple because it's your.first app all right the moment the truth.let's go ahead and run this now quick.disclaimer I'm going to have to run this.on my actual phone so I can get actual.music and so are you if you try to run.this in a simulator your simulator.doesn't have music so you have to.actually run it on your phone and if.there's like a one or two second delay.from the time you press the button.that's because it's actually downloading.the song if you have the song actually.on your phone already downloaded it'll.play instantly however if it has to go.to the cloud and download it as you can.imagine there may be a one-second delay.before it starts playing and last but.not least I have to be very careful.about copyright infringement I can't.play full song so I may only play like.two seconds of a song just to make sure.it works so here we go let's go ahead.and run this all right we got our app up.and running let's go ahead and tap.comedy okay you see your permissions pop.up that we created it says music player.we like access your app music etc and.then down below you see the message we.put on there I want to hear my Jam's so.go ahead and hit OK give ourselves.permission and then test that we're.going to go in tap comedy might take a.second to download I just got to stop.that so copyright infringement pop.should give us a pop song who knows.we're just going to come up with might.be embarrassing I don't know if that is.and then hip-hop and rap okay and then.you can hit next to go to the next song.in that list next and then stop it and.then you know comedy you can tell that's.comedy.stop all right there you go there's the.app all right you got your first app.pretty cool huh don't be discouraged if.you feel like you have no clue what's.going on I didn't either I just thought.it was so cool to be able to pull out my.phone open up an app and be like look I.built this and I could like play with it.so that's just step one and if you're.serious about becoming an iOS developer.it's a long journey you're going to be.learning everyday don't get discouraged.don't get frustrated keep with it keep.at it if you like content like this go.and subscribe to my channel I put out.new iOS videos all the time I'm actually.just launching a new Swift beginner.series that focuses on people just.starting out so more videos like this.wrong the way.

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