A design-oriented course on SwiftUI
$24.99 Track price
Welcome to the SwiftUI Bootcamp!!!
The most comprehensive A–Z approach to understanding SwiftUI concepts and the tools that power the platform.
Every lecture is fully supported by the Instructor, with image downloads and Xcode project files available, as well as additional resources, quizzes, and assignments to make sure test and cement your knowledge.
Cheat Sheets: additional resources give you the most useful code snippets, so you can find the right tools efficiently.
Every student will have the knowledge they need to create beautiful and usable apps that leave people with a smile on their face.
So by the end of the course, you’ll completely understand:
Apple universe: Create a project for all platforms and understand how to share code seamlessly
Debugging: Know how to work with Xcode error information.
Layout System: How to combine and layout views with stack views, frames, GeometryReader, and many more tools.
Images and Icons: Enhance your app design with images, system–provided icons, and create your own icons.
Architecture: How to organize your user flow with NavigationViews, TabViews, alerts, and popovers. Adapt to the different platforms to maximize the user experience.
Data flow: How SwiftUI handles data with property wrappers like @State, @Binding, @ObservedObject, and @EnvironmentObject.
Software Design: How to organize and format code for readability and how to implement the Model – View – View Model (MVVM) design pattern. Get to know the advantages when working with previews and writing unit tests.
Specification: A design-oriented course on SwiftUI
17 reviews for A design-oriented course on SwiftUI
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Omar Rojas –
Excellent course and teacher
Bodo Trieb –
profound knowledge, delivered very fast
Laurence Stone –
Had the potential to be a great course: I appreciate the many good handouts, and I ve been able to pick up a few good nuggets of information. On the other hand, it has not served me well as a primary resource. Usually, when I take a Udemy course (I ve been doing programming courses off and on for almost three years), I can plow through about 80 85% before I feel any desire to pause or move on to something different; with this course, however, it s just harder to follow along, and I ve had to beat a retreat to other books and Udemy courses. And the one time I did leave a question, which was concerning one of the quiz questions, the instructor never responded. I still refer to the course occasionally, but only for short periods in between my other activities, as a sort of review and possible supplementation. This is rather a shame, since this kind of material tends to age quickly for example, the Master Detail app is no longer an option when creating a new Xcode project.
SL Bot –
Karin is a good teacher. I’m sorry to rate with 2 because the Combine section is really awesome and good explained. I rated 2 because the average time for each lesson is more of 15 minutes (very tired) and sections, like 11, starts with the half project saved in a zip file. Every project has the own process and I’m using Udemy to understand how to implement it, how to a senior developer is applying it. The content of these lessons are good but this course, to be a TOP, needs to be reviewed redistributing the average time below 10 minutes and each section with its history. This is my opinion.
Serhat Uzun avdar –
Great & to the point content. The instructor is quite friendly, knowledgable and not spending any time with unnecessary or verbose details. Thank you.
santhosh K.S –
Nice tricks about the previews, which I was not aware of.
Jeff McDonald –
I have intermediate knowledge of UIKit, but I want to move to SwiftUI. I think Karin does an outstanding job of getting you the needed information for a meaningful foundation in SwiftUI. I like her presentation style and the speed of her talks. I wish I would have viewed this first, before attempting advanced projects/tutorials. I think at the end of the day, SwiftUI is an excellent product, and this tutorial will save you time getting an understanding, even if you already know a thing or two about UIKit. Great job
Roy Rodney –
Teaching and content of extremely high quality. The wording on the tests is sometimes a little confusing, but that’s the only (minor) flaw in an otherwise incredible course. Bonus: in a few lectures, you can see the teacher’s cats in the background
James Greene –
I didn’t know where this course was going to go but am very glad I stayed for the adventure of learning something new. Much of the material covered throughout this course will be reused in upcoming products that I am developing. I am looking forward to the next Karin Prater course in my queue covering Core Data.
Hernan Cortez –
The course is exceptional.
William Allen –
The instructor clearly has a very deep and complete knowledge of Swift and SwiftUI. And she is an excellent teacher. She is not one of those instructors who just types out the code. She gives detailed explanations about every step. And the course has lots of ‘cheat sheets’ that she created to summarize the features of SwiftUI. Excellent instruction.
Lee Sam –
I believe it is really well organized course. The way she teaches is also thoughtful to me. Because she repeats a lot similar topic, I can sufficiently get used to deal with many functions with SwiftUI. Great!
Dana Sharon –
very thorough, well paced. thanks!
Wolfgang Globke –
Pace is much too high; some advance motivation for what we are doing would be good. Otherwise, decent tutorial so far.
Jo o Paim de Camargo Neto –
Teacher is not responsive to messages. A lot of people making questions. There are some videos that are clearly missing. Please be more participative and responsive and I will change the rating.
I love u!!! So simple, understandable
Pugazhenthi Venkatachalam –
great! The author has an in depth knowledge about Xcode. I would like you to add a course in swiftUI with firestore as backend. Am pretty sure that you will make it worthy. V PUGAZHENTHI