iOS iPhone App Development - Complete Course
What you'll learn
- iPhone App Development
- Swift Programming
- Mobile Development Design Thinking
- iPad App Development
- MUST have access to a Mac Computer
- Basic Understanding of using computers
Welcome to this complete iPhone App Development course. In over six months, this course has been designed in a way that would be the only course you need to take to become an iPhone/iPad (iOS) developer. We brought the best learning approaches for iOS development from many years of practice in app development and teaching iOS app development. This course begins with the most fundamental matters, introduces you to the iOS platform and the Swift programming language, and then gradually begins to deals with more advanced topics such as cloud servers, concurrency, device hardware, networking, or debugging.
All of this content has been divided into 18 separate sections. Each section covers one vital area in its entirety and prepares you to tackle various kinds of challenges in app development. Here is the list of the 18 sections in a short summary:
Login UI (Sample App UI Design Practice)
To-do App (Developing a List Taking App from Group Up)
Touches, Graphics, and Animation
Maps and Location
Testing and Debugging
Media and Device
To-do List Persistent (Adding Data Persistency to our To-do App)
Networking and Web
Shared To-Do List (Porting our App to the Firebase Cloud)
The combination of all these sections will give you a complete and thorough understanding of iPhone application development. So, with a lot of work and a lot of exciting time ahead of us, let's now get started.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner App Developers
- Entrepreneurs who Want to Make their own Apps
- Intermediate iPhone Developers
Hi! My name is Amir, and I am glad you are reading this.
I am passionate about interactive development, mobile interfaces, and digital imagery. I have a background in 3d graphics and programming and in recent years, I have focused my efforts on the development for mobile devices.
Most of my times goes into C#, Swift, or Kotlin in Visual Studio, XCode, Unity and Android Studio.
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