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MVVM Design Pattern Using Swift in iOS

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8.3/10 (Our Score)
Product is rated as #126 in category IOS Swift

Are you interested in learning how to write iOS apps using MVVM design pattern?

MVVM design pattern allows you to develop applications that are easily maintainable and testable, and now you can learn it from the comfort of your home.. in your own time.. without having to attend class.

My name is Mohammad Azam and I am the creator of many popular online courses including Mastering MapKit in iOS Using Swift and Creating Stickers and iMessages Applications in iOS 10 Using Swift 3, Mastering Micro Services Using JPA, Mastering Server Side Swift Using Vapor, Mastering ARKit for iOS, Mastering Core ML for iOS and more.

I have created over 2 dozens apps and some of my apps were even featured by Apple on the App Store. I have worked with fortune 500 companies as a lead iOS developer and helped them grow their business ten folds.

What s stopping you from signing up to today?

You don’t have enough time: Not a problem at all. We have designed the course so you can learn everything you need to know in less than 4 hours. In fact if you think that the course fell short on delivering topics then we will give you your MONEY BACK.

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Instructor Details

My name is Mohammad Azam and I have been programming in iOS for the last 6+ years. Currently, I am teaching iOS at The Iron Yard academy, which is the world's largest coding bootcamp. Before joining The Iron Yard I have worked as a lead mobile developer for many large companies including Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, AIG and Valic. Currently, I am a senior developer at Blinds Dot Com, a Home Depot company. Before iPhone development I was leading projects in Microsoft ASP technology. I was also awarded the Microsoft MVP award five years in a row due to my contributions in the community. I have also published several of my personal apps to the App Store including Vegetable Tree which was featured by Apple as the most beautiful gardening app on the App Store. I am a frequent speaker at local and national conferences and have authored many articles for many different development magazines.

Specification: MVVM Design Pattern Using Swift in iOS

Duration

10.5 hours

Year

2021

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

14 reviews for MVVM Design Pattern Using Swift in iOS

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  1. Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi

    Although the entire course is about 8 hours, the part which is explaining MVVM or how to code it was roughly 50%. I didn’t expect very basic knowledge, for instance, how to create a project, how to setup storyboard and so on.

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  2. Jean Max Chauvet

    He explain the MVVM very clearly and every body can understand.

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  3. Jos In cio Athayde Ferrarini

    I’ve been working with native OS native development since 2014. I was interested only on MVVM part. This course is too basic for a advanced developer and too advanced for someone who is learning iOS development. I think the experience level was to broad. I think the course would fit better audiences if divided into two distinct sections: Course 1: MVC MVVM without view to view model and view model to view bindings Unit tests clojure?() always use optionals, for safety reasons. I know that URL(… )! seems OK because you are sure you are inputing a valid URL, but, for the principle of safe programming, I do not endorse forced unwrap EVEN for @IBOutlets. Course 2: MVVM view to view model and view model to model bindings. Single Responsibility UITableViewController breaks this principle by a far margin. Always split delegate and datasource. PS: I found this strictly wrong Forced unwrap. Violates safe coding principles. PS: this I found interesting: Writing @IBOutlet in code first Vs the usual approach ctrl drag from storyboard in split view.

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  4. Yuga Wicaksono

    I like the pace that the instructor is explaining the materials

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  5. Nitin Aggarwal

    Amazing course for beginners who wants to learn MVVM architecture in iOS. I learned so many things about MVVM. I strongly recommended this course for beginners. Big Thank for the last two sections i.e. Generic Table data source and Unit testing.

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  6. Uday Surya

    very good so far

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  7. Abhishek Sharma

    It is a great course for learning basic staff in MVVM. Thank you

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  8. Mohammad Hussain Anwer

    In future lectures please also explain complex swift syntax that are not usually used for simple projects but should be used for good practice.

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  9. Ravi Raja

    Please add more stuff related MVVM using Protocol. Thanks

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  10. Ruchi

    1. The tutorial doesn’t include dependency injection and observer pattern, which are very important topics of MVVM. 2. Spent pretty much time on UI Design and other things instead of the main topic. Had high hopes with the course but, felt like a waste of money!!

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  11. Rahul Sharma

    it’s a good course to understand MVVM architecture

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  12. Ketaki Kurade

    It’s a very good course with all the topics explained in detail. Although I was wondering if we could have detailed explanation on other ways of binding UI & ViewModel. Also a section explaining how mvvm makes testing easier than testing in mvc would be appreciated.

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  13. Fabio Luiz Paranhos Borelli

    Great!

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  14. Yisus G

    There are some sections marked as Legacy so I think this are not part of the course, because they’re repeating some lectures but with a different structure of the project. I worked all the lectures with the same project that I started in the lecture 1 (for the Good Weather) and with a little changes is working through all the course. So maybe including one or more MVVM examples would be great! Thanks for your work.

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