Build your first iOS App in Swift
What you'll learn
- Have a broad understanding of how to properly architect and structure a basic iOS application.
- You will need a Mac computer running macOS with the Xcode IDE
Welcome to iOS fundamentals course where we will explore a high level overview of all the building blocks you will need to build great iOS applications.
This class covers a broad overview of iOS related topics in bite sized videos that you can follow along with. This class assumes you have some exposure to programming and are able to get setup and follow along. To succeed in this class it is best to follow along with each video. You would be best served by coding along with the video and making sure that your project outputs the same or similar results as mine as you go through each video in the series.
The class project will require that you exercise many of the topics covered in the videos to build your own application. You can refer to the class videos if you get stuck or forget how to do something a particular way. If you code along the way throughout each video you can refer to that as a reference for the class project.
Specific topics covered in this course are:
- Subclassing UIViewControllers
- Understanding different kinds of segues and application navigation
- Learning about UINavigationControllers and UITableViewControllers
- Subclassing UITableViewCells
- The basics of protocols and delegation
- Learning about the UIPickerView
- Capturing user input with UITextFields
- Passing data between view controllers
- Creating UI elements programmatically
- Learning the basic concepts of caring about the user interface and user experience.
Technologies Used in this Tutorial:
- Swift 4
- Xcode 9
- macOS Operating System
Who this course is for:
- Beginner level programmers who want to learn mobile application development in iOS
My name is Zeph and I have years of experience working in software development and I specialize in mobile development. I've worked on many different kinds of projects both large and small and I've seen many changes happen in the mobile industry over the years. I've published some apps of my own as a hobby and would like to take the knowledge and skills I've gained and give back to the community through online education. I run a YouTube channel called Code Pro where I upload programming tutorial videos on a regular basis.