Chapter 22: Getting Started with Mac Catalyst

Apple's Mac Catalyst feature allows you to make a Mac version of an iPad app. This allows you to share the same project and source code for both platforms, making it easier to maintain. During WWDC2021, Apple announced updates to Mac Catalyst that allow you to add more features just for Mac, such as keyboard navigation and printing using Command + P. This chapter will focus on how to make your existing iPhone app run on iPad, so you can make a Mac version of it. By doing so, you will be able to reach an audience of over 100 million active Mac users.

In this chapter, you'll modify your app to make it run on iPads and Macs. First, you'll fix some user interface issues in your app. Next, you'll learn ...

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