Getting Started with iOS 9 Development

This course teaches the fundamentals of developing iOS applications using version 2 of the Swift programming language
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  • Lectures 78
  • Length 9.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

This course teaches the fundamentals of developing iOS applications using version 2 of the Swift programming language.

The course is in 10 units: the first six cover the Swift language itself; the last four concentrate on the core view controller architecture of an iOS app.

At the end of the course, you’ll be able to write iOS applications that use tables, hierarchical and tabbed navigation, and understand the principles behind developing any iOS application.

The course will be complimented with shorter sessions on the various extension frameworks at a later date, including SpriteKit, SceneKit, HealthKit, WatchKit, etc.

Topics include:

- Introduction to working with Xcode
- Data types, optionals, and tuples
- Collection types: arrays, sets, and dictionaries
- If statements and loops
- functions and closures
- Enumerations
- Classes and structures
- Stored and computed properties
- Inheritance in Swift
- Introduction to iOS
- Model - View - Controller and its role in iOS programming
- Delegation
- Navigation controllers and segues
- Tab bar controllers
- Table view controllers
- Using various cell sty les
- Using headers and footers
- Grouping vs. plain table styles
- Indexing a table view
- A case study: NoteTaker: Showing the full development of an app from start to finish in seven lessons.

I hope you join me as we explore this course together.

What are the requirements?

  • We assume you have some basic knowledge of programming.
  • Knowledge of some Scripting Language Preferred, but Not Necessary.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Become and expert in App development with iOS9
  • Learn by example by walking you through real live projects step by step
  • Learn the fundamentals of Swift 2, programming language from Apple

What is the target audience?

  • Students wish to upgrade their Swift programming language to Swift 2
  • Beginners and advanced level developers who want to learn the new and trending Swift 2 and iOS9

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: [Day 1] Introduction to Swift2
Introduction
Preview
06:26
Setup and Hello World App
Preview
06:10
The Xcode Interface - Part 1
07:39
The Inspector Panel - Part 2
07:32
The Editor - Part 3
Preview
07:03
HelloWorld App - Part 1
04:48
HelloWorld App - Part 2
08:20
HelloWorld App - Part 3
07:43
Section 2: [Day 2] Variables and Other Types
Variables and Constants
Preview
08:34
Int, Double and their Subtypes
Preview
10:39
Optional Types and Nil
11:53
Strings and Characters
13:32
Boolean Type
06:23
Tuples
08:31
Unit2 Exercises
Article
Section 3: [Days 3] More on Arrays, Loops, Directories
Fixing Unresponsive Playgrounds
01:42
Correcting the Command Line Tools Version
01:45
Learn About Arrays
15:05
Learn About Sets
14:36
Learn About Dictionaries
12:19
For, for-in, while and Repeat Loops
11:56
If, Guard and Switch
13:02
Unit3 Exercises
Article
Section 4: [Day 4] Functions, References and Closures
Basic Function Syntax
09:03
Default and Variadic Parameters
06:42
Value and Reference Type Parameters
05:14
Function Types & Nested Functions
08:27
Learn Closures
18:06
Unit4 Exercises
Article
Section 5: [Days 5] Enumerations in iOS
Intro to Enumerations
04:32
Enumerations: Raw Values
06:18
Associated Types
07:24
Initialization in Enumerations
04:10
Mutation Functions in Enumerations
06:16
Unit5 Exercises
Article
Section 6: [Day 6] Classes, Structures & Methods
Classes and Structures
06:22
Computed Properties
04:50
Property Observers
09:05
Lazy Stored Properties
05:47
Type Properties and Methods
06:10
Inheritance
07:48
Unit6 Exercises
Article
Section 7: [Day 7] First App in iOS, view and Other
Intro to First iOS App (HelloYou)
02:17
Starting the App, Writing the Model
06:42
Instantiating the Model
02:33
Creating the View
07:22
The ViewController & Running the App
12:34
Model – View – Controller in iOS
09:53
Delegation
09:48
Starting the PeopleCount App
08:45
Setting up the Delegation
12:44
Unit7 Exercises
Article
Section 8: [Day 8] Navigations and Segue
Using a Storyboard Segue
04:45
Using an Unwind Segue With the Exit Control
04:18
Setting up a Navigation Controller App
05:37
Building a Navigation Hierarchy
05:19
Sending Data During a Segue
10:49
Delegation in Navigation Controllers - Part 1
11:25
Delegation in Navigation Controllers - Part 2
05:23
Unit8 Exercises
Article
Section 9: [Day 9] Table View in Depth
Intro to Tab Bar Controllers
07:51
Moving Data in a Tab Bar Application
10:40
Displaying Data in a Table View
11:56
Data Source Methods & Headers
10:53
Applying Group Settings to Table Views
03:48
Indexing a Table View
04:37
Using Subtitle Styles
07:05
Segueing From a Selected Cell
09:55
Description of the Exercise for this Unit
02:19
Section 10: [Day 10] NoteTaker App
Setting up Storyboard for NoteTaker App
06:26
The Model for NoteTaker & Plist Files
10:54
Adding a Note
11:48
Resigning the Keyboard on Text Controls
04:18
Presenting the Detail View for a Note
07:46
Deleting Notes
07:46
Saving and Using Code Snippets in Xcode
02:24
Presenting an Alert when no Plist Exists
07:58
Cleaning up the Code, Final Exercise & Summary of Course
06:19

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