Objective-C Crash Course for Swift Developers
$24.99 Track price
This course is designed for iOS developers who only know Swift. In order to get a job as an iOS developer you need to know the basics of Objective–C. Also there are still a ton of libraries and tutorials all written in Objective–C.
This is the BEST Objective–C course out there!
HOW THIS COURSE WORKS
There is 8.5 hours of video content for you to complete. You will spend an additional 15–20 hours working on exercises to help you retain the knowledge.
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ABOUT MARK PRICE
I am a veteran mobile developer having built over 57 mobile apps for iOS and Android. I owned two tech consulting companies that were highly successful. I have worked on Call of Duty and worked with other top titles and companies such as Logitech, Yellow Pages, the LDS Church, Cookie Dough Bites, and many more.
I also spend most of my days now as a professional engineering instructor – changing the lives of students throughout the world – going from being broke to making up to 85k+ a year within 6 months.
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5 reviews for Objective-C Crash Course for Swift Developers
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So far the course is great, but links provided with exercises don’t work.
Georgios Mermigkas –
No real effort to explain why things work like they do. This is mostly a don’t think about this, just do it like that and you should be fine 80% of the times. Although still useful to understand the routine of an obj c developer you don’t really learn. You just mimic. The course presenter has also gone into zero effort to prepare some more well thought of code examples. He admittedly stated that he just throws things as they come into his mind at the time. That’s not really the way to prepare course material, unless you’re brilliant into spontaneous thinking… Throwing links to StackOverflow to explain certain concepts is also useful but really not why we paid for this course material. I don’t expect an engineering study on pointers. That would be useless in 2020. But a small sketch with a rough depiction of the course presenter’s own thoughts would be appreciated.
Blake Patenaude –
Wish there were more full app tutorials and implementations, maybe one per section and one big final one that uses components of all sections. Also don’t need the ad for dev slopes at the end of every video
Kevin Walker –
Great presentation… too bad the exercise and further help/information links are no longer valid.
Kimia Shamaei –
A lot of inappropriate jokes! Overall the materials could be more organized.