Make sure you open the white icon, the SuperView.xcworkspace. Just make sure you did everything as on quick guide video.
That should work, but if for some reason this is not working, here is a little help you can try just in case:
This project is created using CocoaPods, this is a common problem with projects created with it, this is normal on different mac’s. You can solve it trying few next steps, one of them has to work:
open the white SuperView.xcworkspace icon, not the blue one and try again
make sure you have an Xcode version 9.x and above.
make sure the deploymain target is set to run on one of the simulators
press SHIFT + CMD + K and run the app (CMD + R), if this doesn’t work, try next step
press SHIFT + CMD + ALT + K, press Clean button and run the app (CMD + R), if this doesn’t work, try next step
Install CocoaPods on you Mac OS
a. In Terminal, type:
sudo gem install cocoapods
b. Position the Terminal on root folder of the project
c. run this line of code
rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/CocoaPods; rm -rf Pods; rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/*; pod deintegrate; pod setup; pod install;
d. This will remove all pods from your mac, clean the whole pods directory, remove cached files from Xcode and install new project from scratch. When this is done, open the white SuperView.xcworkspace icon and try running the app again
If this doesn’t work, write again and we will see what can be done.