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Learn iOS Programming Building Advance Projects
Apple has been known to make some striding innovations within the smartphone and smart devices community. To match the progressive hardware on its devices, the company is constantly looking for some brilliant software designers that can help design apps for its latest devices.
Do you have the ideas to create some amazing and brilliant apps, but don’t have any programming knowledge? Do you want to advance your skill set, but have no idea how? Well, look no further.
Our iOS Programming course has been designed specifically for students who want to foray into the programming segment, but don’t know where to get started. This course has been specifically designed to help you understand the schematics behind programming and breaking down the knowledge and tools it takes to create apps for iPhones and iPads.
The best part, you don’t even need to have prior programming experience. We will break down everything you need to know to start programming for iOS – from design to actually translating it into Xcode and even using Apple’s Swift.
No textbooks or boring old lectures that don’t really teach you anything. You will learn everything you need by actually creating them. At some point in our lives, we have actually understood concepts, but not exactly how put those into use. Not with this course, in this course you will learn how to actually get started by building real world projects.
The course will also cover iOS10 paradigms and all its latest features by building 5 different projects: Quiz App Game, To Do List, Weather App, Finance App and Converter Application.
Each project will grow in difficulty level, helping you become a brilliant designer and programmer by the end of this course.
The five projects entail:
Quiz App Game: A simple, yet elegant app to start learning coding and becoming familiar with the interface. You will learn how to design a quiz app and then actually start building it from scratch. This quiz will help you understand the importance of a clean and crisp UI along with learning all about the application lifecycle management.
To Do List: Moving on to creating an app with a more professional look and utility, you will create a complete To Do List that allows you to add, edit and delete tasks. In this project, you will learn how to implement proper design techniques, how to use the iOS View Management, what are Table Views and also about persistence using Core Data, as well as Sirikit integration, an iOS 10 feature.
Weather App: Now we get into designing more complex apps by incorporating APIs to your app. In this project, you will design your app in Sketch, you will learn how to add images, and color to your design. You will then translate this app from design into code, using XCode and Swift. You will also learn how to integrate the the OpenWeather API and fetch data directly from weather.org, as well as parse a raw JSON to Swift.
Finance App: This app adds more complexity to the type of APIs you can add to your design. In this project, you will build a profit and loss app that allows you to add data to the app and mark it as an expenditure or earning. At the end, the app will tally your profit and losses for you. Although, this particular app works on a small scale, you can definitely scale the app to include more complex equations and problems. You will also learn to integrate interactive notifications, a new feature for iOS 10.
Converter Application: This project scales the most difficult on this list, but it will allow you to create more realistic apps and also help you learn how to design more complex apps. In this project, you will create a converter app that can convert as many items as you want from currency, to space, to length and even volume. You can decide the number of units you add. You will learn how to incorporate different APIs and adding different equations to get the conversations. You will also learn how to use the measurement class that is introduced in Swift 3 to argument features of the App and also the iMessage extensions introduced in iOS 10.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started building some epic Apple apps.