Learn to Build a Chess Game in iOS 10

Learn to Build a Chess Game in iOS 10

If you have basic knowledge of Xcode and programming, then you are ready to build a chess game in IOS 10! This is a project-based course so you will NOT be spending time learning a bunch of useless coding practices. AND upon completion, you will have a real world app to use in your portfolio. Taking … Read moreLearn to Build a Chess Game in iOS 10

How to Make a Freaking iPhone App – iOS 10 and Swift 3

How to Make a Freaking iPhone App – iOS 10 and Swift 3

Have you ever wanted to make a killer iPhone app? You have a great idea, just no idea how to go about it. You have watched a ton of YouTube videos, read numerous blog post and all that happened was you ended up with a headache. This course is what you need!  Learn from someone … Read moreHow to Make a Freaking iPhone App – iOS 10 and Swift 3

The Complete iOS 9 Development Course – Build 14 Apps with Swift 2

The Complete iOS 9 Development Course – Build 14 Apps with Swift 2

Don’t spend hours searching through YouTube or Stack Overflow looking for just the right code snippet or information. Get started now learning iOS 9 development by building real world apps. Everything you need to get started becoming a real app developer is in this course. From the first steps of downloading XCode to listing your … Read moreThe Complete iOS 9 Development Course – Build 14 Apps with Swift 2

Rick and Jenna’s iOS 9 Adventure – Make 14 Apps with Swift 2

Rick and Jenna’s iOS 9 Adventure – Make 14 Apps with Swift 2

Yes you can start building your own iOS 9 apps even if you have no prior programing experience! This course will walk you through everything you need to create and submit your very first app to the app store. By the end of this course you will have created 14 real world iOS 9 apps … Read moreRick and Jenna’s iOS 9 Adventure – Make 14 Apps with Swift 2

Swift Tutorial 1 – Getting Started with Swift and Variables

What is Swift? Swift is a relatively new programming language created by Apple and used for iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS, and watchOS apps. Back in 2014, Apple announced the first version of Swift at WWDC. Apple claimed Swift was “Objective-C without the C” and it’s done a very good job at doing that. For those readers that know … Read moreSwift Tutorial 1 – Getting Started with Swift and Variables

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