Get yourself trained on Beginning iOS Development: with this Online Training Beginning iOS Development: Learn the new Swift 4.2 language.
Online Training Beginning iOS Development: Learn the new Swift 4.2 language
Swift is being hailed as the future of iOS, Mac and server side development.So it is becoming more and more important that students wanted to develop apps for iOS platforms should learn how to program in Swift.In this course you will learn the Swift Programming language, its concepts and syntax from scratch beginning from the basics like Data Types, Loopsgoing up to the creating functions, your own Classes and Objects. The course has been designed keeping in mind that it caters to the audience with no prior knowledge about iOS development but might have basic programming experience as well as experienced programmers who want to learn Swift as language for creating iOS apps.As an alternative for not having a Mac computer but still wanted to practice the Swift syntax, you can use the following free Swift online compiler at http://online.swiftplayground.run/ and selecting 4.2-DEVELOPMENT-SNAPSHOT-2018-07-28-a for the compiler.It is also good to point out that Swift is an evolving language especially when a major version of it comes out, it might break some of the existing codes in our lessons. With that I will keep on updating the course content so that you stay in line with the future developments of Swift.My goal for this course is to make it easy for my students to learn programming with the Swift language whether you are a newbie or an experienced programmer. I hope that this will open a world of opportunities for you as you begin your journey to becoming an awesome iOS developer.
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