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Mastering Core Image XCodes Image Framework

Learn to code apps in swift using xcode which helps in adding users interface elements, text fields, sliders & buttons to the apps from scratch.

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  •   Lectures: 54
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  •   Videos: 13 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 11/2017

  • Instructor : Eduonix Learning Solutions

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Why CIImages?

In this course, you learn how to add unique features to the images in your apps. A CIImage is a representation of an image that can be altered with Core Image filters. These filters allow users to change and interact with images in cool and useful ways. CIImages provide a lot of power that other image types do not.

Why Xcode?

Xcode is Apple's FREE software for app development. Xcode is user-friendly and has the tools you need to make apps for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. In this course, you learn how to add User Interface (UI) elements, including text fields, sliders, and buttons, to make an app. You learn to code in Swift 3.0, Apple's programming language, to make the app function.

Is this course for me?

By taking this course, you will gain the tools you need continue improving yourself in the field of app development. You will be able to apply what you learned to further experiment in Xcode and make your own apps able to perform more.