SwiftUI Series - SwiftUI Fundamentals
What you'll learn
- Developing iOS application using SwiftUI
- Basic understanding of Swift programming language is a plus.
Do you want to learn about SwiftUI, but not sure where to start? Or maybe you start feeling overwhelmed reading SwiftUI articles and not sure how to build a complete Swift UI project?
This course will take you through some fundamentals of SwiftUI development and will help you navigate in building SwiftUI projects. It will also teach you some best practices to build SwiftUI projects.
Some of the topics that will be covered:
Creating SwiftUI project from the ground up to a finish product.
Understanding SwiftUI state, such as State, Binding, Observed/Observable Object, Environment/EnvironmentObject.
Understanding Application Lifecycle.
Handling API invocation and its response.
Incorporating different type of SwiftUI views as a building blocks to create complex views in our projects.
Customizing View Modifier and View Builder
and many more ...
If you are coming from Swift UIKit background, the other thing that you may find challenging is how to compose my UI since there is no Storyboard or XIB files within SwiftUI project. We will cover this aspect as well.
You will learn some technique across projects that we are going to build on how to compose a polish UI presentation for your users. Each project will present different challenges and is intended to teach you many different aspects of SwiftUI development and components. You will learn new things across all project. All these techniques would be something that you can apply immediately to your own projects.
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Who this course is for:
- Developers eager to develop iOS applications using SwiftUI
Andi Setiyadi is a Senior iOS Developer and has been working at Fortune 25 Company for the last few years. He has been involved in iOS projects for IBM, Universal Studio Orlando, Verizon and the most recent at Major League Baseball. He is passionate about iOS mobile development starting with Objective-C and fell in love with Swift, and been part of the early adopter. He truly believes Swift will become one of the development languages of the future.
He lives in the beautiful state of Colorado in the United States and while he is not busy coding, he enjoys biking and skiing. His motto is never stop learning and share the knowledge. One of his favorite quotes: “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is”.