Learn to Code in Swift: The new language of iOS Apps
Learn to Code in Swift: The new language of iOS Apps by Oak Leaf Enterprises, Incorporated at EMS Linux. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. I have been trying to learn code for that past couple weeks with Apples Swift Guide and YouTube videos but was learning slow as I would get confused.
I'm an experienced programmer, primarily in scripting languages and am new to iOS. This is my first book of McNeish's but it won't be my last. His way of laying out the context along with the syntax and progressing through the language systematically allows you to digest the information without being overloaded. - RickW
Master Coding iOS Apps Quickly!
This book uses practical examples demonstrating how to use the full power of Swift in your iOS apps. It provides clear, in-depth explanations of even the most challenging Swift concepts.
Includes Training Videos
This book teaches you best practices for creating iOS apps in Swift using advanced educational tools such as:
- 20 step-by-step movies with coding exercises
- 25 Swift sample projects
- An online forum where you can et all your questions answered.
This book has been updated to Swift 3 and requires the use of Xcode 8 or newer. As Apple releases new versions of iOS and Xcode, this book will be updated to the latest versions, and you can request an updated copy from Amazon, free of charge!
What You Will Learn
Here are some of the concepts you will master in this book:
- Understanding Swift Classes and Objects
- Working With Optionals
- Arrays and Other Collections
- Looping and Conditional Statements
- Advanced Properties
- Data Types and Conversions
- Working With Strings
- Access Control
- Unit Testing Your Code
- Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Mastering Protocols and Delegates
- The Power of Extensions
- Generics in the Real World
- Understanding Closures
- Appendix containing Swift free functions, data types, and operators
- Handling Errors
Kevin McNeish is a featured writer and blogger for iPhone Life magazine, winner of the prestigious Publishing Innovation Award, and an award-winning app developer. Kevin is also Chief Software architect of Oak Leaf Enterprises, Inc. He has a knack for explaining difficult concepts in a way that you can truly understand.
Follow Kevin on Twitter: @kjmcneish
His blog: iphonelife.com/blog/kevin%20mcneish
|Manufacturer:||Oak Leaf Enterprises, Incorporated|
|Publisher:||Oak Leaf Enterprises, Incorporated|
|Studio:||Oak Leaf Enterprises, Incorporated|
|Item Weight:||2.62 pounds|
|Item Size:||1.28 x 10 x 10 inches|
|Package Weight:||2.62 pounds|
|Package Size:||7 x 1.27 x 1.27 inches|