The course covers the basics for building simple iOS and WatchOS 2 apps.
It starts with general information about Xcode and how to install it on a Mac, then moves on to the Xcode interface and explains how to build an iPhone app and two Apple Watch apps.
The course applies to beginners who want to learn the basics of Swift 2.
To be able to follow this course you need a Mac to install Xcode 7.
The content of the course is explained step by step and taught by giving real-life app examples. The course is covered almost entirely in videos, both head shots and screen recordings.
Being an introductory course, it consists of 13 Lectures, all covered in less than 2 hours of video content. It is very easy to follow and the complexity increases gradually.
It is the first of a series of Swift 2 courses; the next to follow will be comprehensive and more advanced.
The course will lay the foundations to new coders on what it takes to build iOS and WatchOS 2 apps.
Even for students who have already coded before, the course provides useful information that will prove helpful, especially in the latter stages of the course, the most beneficial being the second Apple Watch app.
For the past several years I have worked in different industries mostly gaming and financial markets. After spending the last four years as the Head of the Support Department of a leading Forex company i decided to pursue my big passion, coding, as an entrepreneur in the app development and online teaching industry.