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Android Android Data Persistence Introduction to Data Persistence Introduction to the Starter Kit

Karen Fletcher
Karen Fletcher
19,189 Points

Starter Kit = Final Project???

Just downloaded the Starter Kit files linked in this video, watched a number of videos, and it becomes immediately apparent that the Starter Kit is the Final Project! Really disappointed, I prefer following along with the videos and working things out as I go along, to having all the answers and just watching the videos. :(

Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 4,646 Points

Yes, it appears it is the final project. What you can do is wipe out the code that is there already and write it as you view the video, as one work around.

In the mean time, I'm trying to strip down as much of the code to the base project as possible, based on what I see the teacher writing. If I can pare it down enough, I'll post that project to GitHub and link to it here when I'm done.

1 Answer

Sachin Jayaram
Sachin Jayaram
5,461 Points

The easier method is to find where this project is available on github and get an earlier version of it. Hope this helps.

Miros Mito
Miros Mito
5,704 Points

The repo contains only one commit :(