How to Make a Freaking iPhone App - iOS 11 and Swift 4
What you'll learn
- Create Fully Functional iOS 11 Apps
- Develop a Solid Understanding of Swift 4
- Learn ARKit and CoreML
- Industry Tips Like How to Get a Job and Make Money from Your Apps
- The Basics of Git and GitHub
- Make Snapchat Clone
- Make a Pokemon Go Clone
- A Step by Step Guide to Uploading Your App to the App Store
- No previous knowledge required :)
- You will need a Mac computer
Have you ever wanted to make an iPhone app? Did you get lost in YouTube videos or online blog posts? This is the course for you!
My name is Nick Walter and I am a self taught iPhone programmer. I know what it feels like to start from the beginning. In my course I will teach you Swift 4 and how to make iOS 11 apps. What will we make?
- Emoji Dictionary - A simple app to help us learn about TableViews
- ToDo List - A todo app that teaches us about CoreData
- Collector - Learn to work with the camera as we make an app to catalog a collection of something (video games, movies, stamps, etc...)
- TalkBoy - Record sounds using the microphone and play them back. This one is fun!
- Augmented Reality - Using 3D animation we'll make an airplane move around in our world.
- Machine Learning - We'll create an app that will try to detect the subject matter of any image. Very fun!
- Snapchat Clone - We'll use Firebase to make a simple version of Snapchat. Very involved
- Pokemon Go Clone - Learn how to work with maps as we make a clone of most popular iOS game right now
You'll also learn:
- How to submit an app to the App Store
- How to make money with iOS
- Git and GitHub
Come join the funnest course on Udemy for making iPhone apps!
Who this course is for:
- People looking to learn the beginning to intermediate skills needed in iOS apps
Hi! I'm Nick, and I love to code. About five years ago I decided that I wanted to learn to code, but I had limited access to programming resources, and I was getting frustrated with all of the YouTube videos and online tutorials out there. I experimented, struggled, and definitely failed a lot, but I finally got the hang of it, so I decided that I wanted to change the way that people learned to code, and I started teaching. My experience as an online student has directly influenced my teaching style, because I know what it is like to be in your shoes.
Apple announced their new programming language, Swift, in 2014, I made my big online teaching debut and created the
internet's first Swift course. Since that time, I have
become a full-time online instructor and I now have courses not only in Swift,
but also in iOS, Android, Django, Kotlin, Python, HTML, Blockchain, etc. I have also created five iOS apps from scratch that are currently live in the App Store and are being used by thousands of users worldwide.
I love sharing my excitement for coding with my students, and I try to make learning as fun and as easy as possible. Thanks for being part of my coding community!