Learn To Build A Financial App in iOS
iOS 9 is currently the most popular OS version for Apple devices, with an adoption rate of 84%. It’s growing fan base can be credited to some of the amazing features that have been added to the latest iteration including enhancements made to the keyboard, battery, performance, security, Safari, Siri, etc.
This has also increased the demand for more iOS 9 developers that can create apps to include all of the features and enhancements that come with this OS. Do you want to start creating some top notch apps for iOS 9, but don’t know where to get started? Do you want to boost your earnings significantly but don’t know how to write XCode?
Well, then this course is just what you are looking for. Our mini course will get you started on learning how to create a simple, yet effective profit and loss app. You can later add on to this, as you learn more and more advanced techniques, making it an amazing budget keeping app.
For this mini course, you will design and build a profit and loss app that will maintain your credits and debits, showing you how much you are earning vs. how much you are spending. You will learn how to design this app in Sketch first, and then convert it into XCode.
The app will have three different scenes: Overview, Add and Transactions. The Overview will have added debits and credits, as well as a chart that maps the profit and loss over a certain period (i.e. 3 months). The Add Panel will allow you to add debits or credits made into the system. The debit will be added with a (-) and the amount, which will be highlighted in red. The credits will be not highlighted. The Transactions Panel will have the list of debits and credits sorted by date.
You will also learn how to add dates that are concatenated with the default year, that also allows changing the year. Additionally, you will also learn how to incorporate third party charting program to add the charts to your app. At the end of this course, you will have learned how to design a clean UI in sketch and convert that into XCode, integrate a charting third party library and feed it data, how to create a data manager that allows data to be moved throughout the app and also sort it.
A small step can go a long way and with this app under your belt, you will definitely be on your way to building more complex apps in no time. So, what are you waiting for?