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Adam Schoonmaker
Adam Schoonmaker
5,648 Points

Photo Bombers in Swift

Here's a link to my Github project for photo bombers in Swift: https://github.com/SchoonSauce/PhotoBombers

My biggest/most frustrating mistake was forgetting to do "#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>" in the bridging header file, so hopefully this saves someone the trouble. Let Xcode take care of creating the bridging header file by manually creating an objective C .h/.m file, then delete that file and keep the bridging header. Happy Swifting!

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Amit Bijlani
Amit Bijlani
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Great job Adam! I'm sure lots of students can benefit from your efforts.