An interactive Swift Playground Book about Binary Search Trees, designed for the Swift Playgrounds application on the iPad. This is my personal entry for the WWDC 2017 scholarship application. The book is a simple, responsive tutorial with a game on the last page. You will help create, insert nodes, and traverse your own Binary Search Tree using the Swift coding language.
To run the playground book, you will need an iPad with the Swift Playgrounds application installed.
- In a command line, type
git clone https://github.com/joelrorseth/Tree-Trouble
- Open the new folder in Finder, and use Airdrop or email to
transfer the Tree Trouble.playgroundbook to the iPad device. You can also upload the file to iCloud Drive or Google Drive, then choose to import from one of these services in the Swift Playgrounds application.
- On the iPad, open the file in Swift Playgrounds.
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