iOS 13 & Swift 5: RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5
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Welcome to the RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5 course.
This course is designed for iOS developers with at least 6 to 9 months experience or web developers who want to learn to make network or RESTful APIs calls on the iOS platform. The lessons are designed to provide student the thought process and skillset required to make HTTPS calls with a secured API key via building a concise and fully functional weather app. In this course, students will also learn to build the views via the storyboard with auto layout and stack views. The project is built according to the MVC architecture which reinforces good coding practices such as the DRY principle, separation of concerns and keep code readable, neat and modular.
These are some comments from students of courses by the instructor:
Excellent Content, I appreciate the different styles of onboarding screens and all the great explanation! – Carey M
The course is very concise but informative . I really like the project based approach that this course takes. It cuts straight to the chases and show you how these abstract concepts are put into real life problems . Highly recommended – AN Dinh
Really easy to follow and great for beginners. Really enjoyed the course, thanks Kelvin! – Atiqah A.K
Courses : 3
Specification: iOS 13 & Swift 5: RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5
5 reviews for iOS 13 & Swift 5: RESTFul API Weather App with Alamofire 5
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Elaine Chang –
Lessons are practical and easy to understand but I would prefer the instructor to give an overview of the feature we are building before the lesson starts.
Tan Kel Vin –
Very easy to understand and pick up. The tutor taught in a clear and concise way which makes learning very fun
Ellen Lye –
Overall a good course, the instructor is most of the time extremely clear and it is evident he is knowledgeable. I would recommend those interested in this course to have at least some fundamentals in Swift because some concepts taught in the course is rather advanced.
AN Dinh –
This is a very concise but informative course. The instructor is very clear and easy to follow. I would suggest you code along cos it will be a efficient way to learn
Miguel Planckensteiner –
Overall a good course, Kelvin is really clear with the content but sometimes goes a bit fast, so I would recommend to stop if you are not understanding something and search a bit by yourself. So I would recommend this course if you are somehow a bit more than beginner to understand all the concepts.