[VIP] AppCoda - Beginning iOS Programming with Swift
Ready for Swift 5.5, iOS 15 and Xcode 13 Learn how to code in Swift and build a real world app from scratch using both SwiftUI and UIKit. ARKit and Core ML are also covered in this course, plus we include 1 Year Free Update.
Ready for Swift 5.5, iOS 15 and Xcode 13Learn how to code in Swift and build a real world app from scratch using both SwiftUI and UIKit. ARKit and Core ML are also covered in this course, plus we include 1 Year Free Update.
You've got an app idea but
If you want to create an app but don't know where to begin, this course covers the whole aspect of iOS app development using the new Swift programming language and shows you every step from an idea to building a real app on App Store. Most programming books start by teaching the fundamental programming concepts. At AppCoda, we believe programming should be fun to learn. Instead of just elaborating the theories, you'll learn by doing. You will start building an app right from the beginning. This practical learning approach has gained positive feedback from tens of thousands of our readers.
don't know how to get started?
This course is delivered through ebooks and screencasts, depending on the package of your choice. But no matter which one you choose, they all feature a lot of hands-on exercises and projects to help you learn to code and build iOS apps.
We assume you have little or even no prior programming experience. You will start by creating a simple app and familiarize yourself with the programming language. Then you start prototyping an app idea. As you go through the exercises, you add more features to the basic app, until a real app is built. During the process, you will master Swift programming and iOS app development. Most importantly, you will build an App Store-ready app after going through the course.
What's includedSWIFTUI & UIKIT EBOOKS FOR BEGINNERS [BASIC/STARTER/PRO]
Can't decide which UI framework to start with? All packages comes with two ebooks that cover both SwiftUI and UIKit framework. Both books are beautifully designed with tons of screenshots and illustrations to help you learn Swift 5.5 (or up) and iOS 15 programming. One book teaches you how to build great UIs using the UIKit framework. The other one shows you how to build the same UI but with SwiftUI. The books are available in PDF, ePub, Mobi, and HTML formats so you can read it on your favorite device.
FULL SOURCE CODE AND XCODE PROJECTS [BASIC/STARTER/PRO]
Full source and Xcode projects are included for you to download. This includes a real app that is ready for release. You're free to modify the source code and reuse it in your projects. This is the real deal. If you opt for the starter/pro package, you will get 44 more demo Xcode projects that show you how to work with advanced topics like Firebase, ARKit, and Core ML.
1 YEAR FREE UPDATE [BASIC/STARTER/PRO]
All content and source code are up-to-date. The book and the sample apps are fully updated to support Xcode 13, Swift 5.5 (or up) and iOS 15. However, we understand Swift and iOS keep evolving. Whenever a new version of Swift is released, we will review and update our course materials. You are free to access all the updated materials during the first year of purchase.
EBOOK FOR INTERMEDIATE IOS DEVELOPERS [STARTER/PRO]
The intermediate book, with over 950 pages, will take your iOS development skills to the next level. It uses a problem-solution approach to discuss the APIs and frameworks of iOS SDK. You'll learn how to work with videos, Google Ad, Firebase, JSON, XML, audio, Touch ID, user authentication, ARKit, Core ML, and many more. Once you purchased the package, you will receive the book as a free update at that time.
APP SCREENSHOT DESIGN GUIDE + DESIGN RESOURCE SHEET [PRO]
Your app screenshot is the face of your app. How can you make it look great to attract more downloads? The App Screenshot Design Guide teaches you how to create awesome screenshots using free design resources and tools.
4 APP PROJECT TEMPLATES [PRO]
You will get the full source code of 4 extra apps. One is the RSS app that lets you easily create a RSS reader app. The second one is a subscription app that keeps track of your subscription spending. The other is a photo client app for Unsplash. You will learn how to work with web APIs, retrieve remote images and display them asynchronously. The last project is a generic CMS app that retrieves remote content from CMS backend (e.g. AirTable). These Xcode projects would save you at least US$20,000 from hiring developers to build them. You're given the right to modify the source code and use them in your own personal and commercial projects.