My second attempt at creating an iPhone app dev system was a complete success. Furthermore, the investment (on my part) was minimal, because I already had many of the components on hand. Here is the complete laundry list for building your own Apple-based iPhone app dev system Apple-based from scratch.
This course is designed for programmers with a basic background to extend their programming skill, and develop applications for Apple handheld devices in the iOS platform. It aims to familiarize students with the Xcode and Interface development environment, and they should be able to apply the programming skills in their own application development.
The lessons were written using Xcode 8.1, iOS SDK 10, and Swift 3. Try to use these versions while working on the tutorials. If you are using a different version, your screen may look different than what is shown in the screenshots. You may also need to make changes to your code to get it to compile.
Swift supports five access control levels for symbols: open, public, internal, fileprivate, and private. Unlike many object-oriented languages, these access controls ignore inheritance hierarchies: private indicates that a symbol is accessible only in the immediate scope, fileprivate indicates it is accessible only from within the file, internal indicates it is accessible within the containing module, public indicates it is accessible from any module, and open (only for classes and their methods) indicates that the class may be subclassed outside of the module.
If you’ve been programming for iOS for long, you’ve probably heard of CocoaPods. If you haven’t, it’s time to get acquainted. CocoaPods is an industry standard Dependency Manager that will help keep all your dependency ducks in a row, so you can focus on what’s really important – creating great apps!
Building the Fun Facts app will teach you how to use the Swift language and the Xcode and Interface Builder tools. You will also learn about core concepts such as views and view controllers, creating a data model, and the Model-View-Controller design pattern. Towards the end you will have finished creating a fun app that will get you oriented with the world of iOS development.
If you’re desperate to get cracking and make something, this YouTube video by The Code Lady is a good place to start. In just a few minutes, it leads you through the process of using Xcode to fashion a simple Messages extension. It’s not a ‘proper’ app, sure, but it’s a toe in the water.
Jason Calacanis recently had a great post outlining the amount of money startups should raise in their first round of funding. The total first round raise for 18 months he suggested is $750,000. That’s not necessarily how much an app has to cost though (although some apps do, especially over their lifetime).
This course is designed for programmers with a basic background to extend their programming skills, in developing applications for Apple handheld devices in the iOS platform. Students will be able to apply the programming skills in their own application development.
Rene Ritchie has been covering the personal technology industry for a decade. An outspoken analyst and critic, he writes at iMore.com/vector, and podcasts at ApplePodcasts.com/vector and vector.show. Follow him @reneritchie on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
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Great course, thank you JanBask. Tremendous value and worth every penny. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to learn iOS.No prior coding experience required. I look forward to taking other courses too.
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