Hacking with macOS – Build 18 Desktop Apps with Swift 5
$109.99 Track price
This course is produced from the Hacking with macOS series of tutorials, which are written and authored by the award winning Swift programmer, Paul Hudson, and these videos were made with his permission and support. You can always be guaranteed you’re learning the latest and greatest Apple technologies in the Hacking with Swift tutorials. Here you learn smart, powerful, and expressive Swift 5.0, the way it was meant to be written. You learn while you make real–world desktop apps, which means you get to apply your new skills immediately and see them work in context. Hacking with Swift is one of the most popular Swift tutorial series online, which uses an approach that teaches you Swift programming incredibly quickly, and you end up with a huge library of finished projects that are yours to develop further, or ship to the Mac App Store. Paul has received high praise from the creator of the Swift language, Chris Lattner, for his outstanding method of teaching, and series of Swift tutorials. And working together with iOS developer Steve DeStefano, the Hacking with Swift series of programming training videos are simply the fastest way to learn how to code in the Apple eco–system.
Note: All finished projects and source code have been update to Swift 5.2. So even though some lectures are shown using Swift 4.2, they are currently being re–recorded with the latest Swift 5.2 code – just reference the source code for any update you might need until they are ready very soon.
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Stanley Morris –
We will see there is so little out there for Mac OS and now with SwiftUI we are behind the curve with teaching this.
Aksidion Kreimben –
no updated any more!
Jonathan De Wet –
Kinda personal style
Clifton Evans –
Need to skip ahead.
John vanderWerf –
The content is good and well explained. I’m getting old and slow, and have to review the instructions a couple of times. Even though this is revised for Swift 5, the instruction is using Swift 4; the interface has slight variations and some of the functions used have been replaced by new functions. It wasn’t too difficult to figure out what to mofdify.
Swati Wadhera –
Too much of text. I am feeling sleepy already.
Rick Whitfield –
I m enjoying this course.
So far it is good. it looks some part of the course is old. I strongly recommend it to update to the latest version as title to the course
So far it is good. I really liked how he is teaching each concepts. I am planning to get other courses from him too. Awesome.
Joshua Mormann –
I have been following this same course via Paul Hudson’s original (excellent) book, but there are a lot of tiny Xcode nuances that are not covered in the book visually, that having this course (almost identical to the book by the way (thank you)), helps tremendously.
Dave Allen –
right to the point. plenty of information and energy.
Simon Strange –
I haven’t gotten very far into it, but it’s focused on basics and smart development and I definitely want to get started on the right foot!
Daniel L –
Why squashing 20 SMALL lines into one slide and does it hurt to use LARGER FONT for the slides? Texts on slides are next to impossible to read. 5 minutes in the course and I m already feeling regret buying the course because the slides made my eyes hurt. Worst user experience.
William Johns –
Great simple steps forward
Greg Bushta –
I really liked this course. I bought the book and then heard about the course. This course really compliments the book Hacking With macOS. Even though I updated Xcode yesterday (7/15) to 11.6 I didn’t have as much trouble as I thought I might since I learned to read the hints Xcode was giving me. A big help with this course is that Stephen is there to answer questions. Thank you Stephen!
Jim Kardach –
I have been looking for a macOS course for every. It is just surprising that nobody does this. I’ve taking a couple on line lessons from the Hacking with macOS, and then found this in in Udemy. I am now through section 12 and this is a very good, high quality course. The instructor monitors the feedback and does timelinely responses. And he is updating the course based on constant apple updates to the SWIFT language. I am extremely happy with the course.
Michael Woolfenden –
Looks great, but disappointed it doesn t cover Core Data.