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The Complete IOS 9 & Xcode 7 Guide – Make 20 Applications

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Product is rated as #20 in category IOS Swift

Do You Want To Create Your Own iPhone and iPad iOS 9 Apps but are not sure where to start? Are you ready to jump right into the exciting world of mobile development but have little or no programming experience? Then this is your course!

This Complete IOS 9 & Xcode 7 Guide – Make 20 Applications will give you everything your need to start your new career in IOS 9 development, The course has been structured to support Objective–C and Swift 2, Teaching you all you need to know from creating your first project to Submitting to the AppStore.

Create 20 Real iOS 9 Applications throughout the course from fun and simple games to powerfull utility apps using the native features of IOS 9 devices to help you understand the process of creating applications

Sell Your App to Millions of Potential Users and earn extra revenue from Ad networks and in app purchases, Making money has never been so easy!

Not only do you get the best online IOS 9 development course online buy You also get first class responsive support by email, Twitter or on the Udemy forums, So you can rest assure you have full guidance in your new career!

Instructor Details

Aaron Caines is the founder of Geeky Lemon Development, he started programming at a young age and has been programming full time and teaching for the past 8 Years online becoming a best seller in his field, Aaron has also created a vast amount of applications for brands, companies and just for fun! Aaron is very passionate about teaching and coding, he finds great satisfaction from helping developers and providing the very best tool set to help them reach their goals. Aaron's expertise come in Photoshop, Xcode, Objective-C and Swift 4.2.

Specification: The Complete IOS 9 & Xcode 7 Guide – Make 20 Applications

Duration

30 hours

Year

2016

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Johan van der Werff

    Plain Simple and easy to understand

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  2. Dan Hefter

    This course is useful as a guideline for the basic interface and view controls in x code however, it does not teach you the fundamentals of Objective C or Swift. Instead, Aaron runs through the code you need to write and describes what it does but fails to go over with you the most important part the syntax! For example, Aaron never discusses what it means to declare a method or even what a method is. Instead you find yourself blindly copying the code he is writing. This means that the course is very much a rinse and repeat. You’ll be able to replicate what he builds but not work any further from there. If you think this course will help you understand Objective C or Swift you are sadly mistaken.

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  3. Rob Schripsema

    Generally good, but leaves out a lot of needed explanation on Objective C syntax. For example, what is the function of the ‘alloc’ and extra brackets in something like [[UIDetailView alloc] init]. Or, why are variables/objects sometimes prefixed with an asterisk or an underscore or not and what’s the difference? It seems that the author is just typing in code from a pre written script and doesn’t care to provide details as to ‘why’, at least in many cases.

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  4. Kai Rush

    Great job Aaron!

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