This hands-on guide to iOS development with Swift is designed to support programmers with all levels of experience, including those moving from Objective-C or other platforms, and those learning to program for the first time.
Whatever your experience, you'll learn hands-on, step-by-step, as you build a wide variety of practical iOS apps. If you're a beginner, modular chapter sidebars concisely introduce all the core programming concepts you'll need. If you're more experienced, these sections offer a helpful review, often including helpful comparisons with Objective-C and other languages — and they're designed to be easily "skippable" if you don't need them. You'll start by working on smaller "proof-of-concepts" apps in the earlier chapters of the book before moving on to working on a more extensive project in later chapters.
iOS programming instructor Randy Scovil guides you through:
Throughout, Scovil draws on his experience teaching iOS developers at all levels of experience. He anticipates and answers your most common questions, and guides you up the learning curve while consistently keeping you engaged with interesting and achievable tasks. The result: a powerful "success cycle" in which your growing skills reinforce your confidence and accelerate your progress. It's the "Swiftest" way to master Swift!
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Randy Scovil teaches Computer Science at Cuesta College and Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. He has taught more than 5,000 people to program over a nearly 20-year teach career, including iOS and Android courses for over five years. He is an active developer through his development corporation Yes We Do Apps, and is the founder of the San Luis Obispo chapter of CocoaHeads. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Cal Poly and a Bachelor’s in Telecommunication and Film from San Diego State University.
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