iOS 13 & Swift 5: RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5
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iOS 13 & Swift 5: RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5

Learn REST API calls with Alamofire 5 by building a fully featured weather app with Swift 5, iOS 13 and XCode 11
4.9 (7 ratings)
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50 students enrolled
Created by Kelvin Fok
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • RESTful API calls
  • Obtain an API key from Open Weather Map
  • Alamofire 5 Response Decodable
  • Skeletonview animation
  • Get the current user's coordinates via CoreLocation
  • Create custom LocalizedErrors
  • Handle 404 errors gracefully
  • Modal View Controller
  • Handle CLLocationManager authorization status
  • Form Validation
  • Protocols and Delegates
  • Write clean modular code
  • MVC App Architecture
  • Install 3rd party libraries via Cocoapods
Course content
Expand all 27 lectures 02:59:36
+ Project File
0 lectures 00:00

Please download the image assets to follow along with the lessons.

Complete source code & image assets
+ Getting Started
2 lectures 17:38
Install Alamofire and Skeleton view
03:49
+ New City Search
8 lectures 01:11:30
Create Add City UI
12:51
Update condition image
14:50
Add tap gestures
06:15
Implement form validation
05:29
Perform city search
06:40
Update search weather details
09:35
Create custom errors
07:04
Display server error
08:46
+ Current Location Weather
3 lectures 21:50
Setup location manager
10:14
Fetch user coordinates
03:32
Show user's weather data
08:04
+ Cleaning up, refactoring and final thoughts
5 lectures 19:59
General Refactor
04:16
Error handling
07:49
Modularize error handling
02:11
Simulate location to San Francisco
02:18
Project cleanup
03:25
+ Bonus
4 lectures 07:43
Add launch screen
01:46
App app icons and change app display name
04:22
Set custom location
01:22
Other courses by the instructor
00:13
+ Bonus Lectures: Questions From Students
1 lecture 09:00

Question - https://www.udemy.com/instructor/communication/qa/10300200/detail/

In this video, we learn the differences between a stored property and a computed property.

Computed Property VS Stored Property
09:00
Requirements
  • Basic programming experience with iOS & XCode (at least 6 months)
Description

Welcome to the RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5 course.

This course is designed for iOS developers with at least 6 to 9 months experience or web developers who want to learn to make network or RESTful APIs calls on the iOS platform. The lessons are designed to provide student the thought process and skillset required to make HTTPS calls with a secured API key via building a concise and fully functional weather app. In this course, students will also learn to build the views via the storyboard with auto layout and stack views. The project is built according to the MVC architecture which reinforces good coding practices such as the DRY principle, separation of concerns and keep code readable, neat and modular.


These are some comments from students of courses by the instructor:

  • Excellent Content, I appreciate the different styles of onboarding screens and all the great explanation! - Carey M

  • The course is very concise but informative . I really like the project based approach that this course takes. It cuts straight to the chases and show you how these abstract concepts are put into real life problems . Highly recommended - AN Dinh

  • Really easy to follow and great for beginners. Really enjoyed the course, thanks Kelvin! - Atiqah A.K

  • Perfect course to help me get started on ios programming! - Tan Kel Vin

  • The instructor is knowledgeable and clear with his instructions. The course is great and informative for those who are planning to build a skeleton they can build on their own app projects Instructor is also helpful. - Raphael Lim

Who this course is for:
  • iOS Developers who want to learn about RESTFUL API & making HTTP calls
  • Web developers who want to learn to build a simple but fully featured iOS app