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Do you want to learn to develop apps for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac?Great! you have come to the right place. To develop applications for these devices, you are going to have to understand the Swift programming language by Apple.This course will help you understand all you need to know to program in the simplistic language Swift, and give you a boost to start your iOS and Mac OS X development career. This is a very simple and effective course on learning the Swift programming language.Who is this course made for?This course is for anyone wanting to learn swift and having little to no programming experience, or an Objective-C developer who would like to understand and learn the Swift syntax.Throughout this course you will go from understanding basic programming terms such as Variables and Data Types to complex concepts such as Classes and Functions.Certificate of CompletionAll Students who complete this course will receive a Free digital certificate of completion from Udemy.Money Back GuaranteedIf in any way you are not satisfied with my course, feel free to request a refund!
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