iOS Swift 2.2 Language: Fast Track Introduction | Mazen Kilani | Skillshare

iOS Swift 2.2 Language: Fast Track Introduction

Mazen Kilani

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22 Lessons (2h 43m)
    • 1. Welcome and Introductions

      1:37
    • 2. Swift Basic Concepts

      8:21
    • 3. Hello, World! [Xcode, Template, Deployment, Navigator, Storyboard, Utilities]

      9:00
    • 4. Tabbed App Overview [Storyboard, Navigator, Utilities, Document Outline, Tabs]

      5:56
    • 5. Tabbed App: Friends 1 [TextFields, Labels, Buttons & Images]

      8:33
    • 6. Tabbed App: Friends 2 [viewDidLoad, Errors, If/Switch, AutoLayout]

      12:42
    • 7. Tabbed App: Friends 3 [Random, Class, viewWillAppear, Tabbing]

      8:50
    • 8. Xcode Simulator and Automatic Preview

      7:42
    • 9. Switch App: Roll the Dice 1 [Views, AutoLayout, Catalog, Switch Outlet]

      7:48
    • 10. Switch App: Roll the Dice 2 [Class, Show/Hide, Switch Action]

      11:07
    • 11. Segmented Control App: Cards 1

      7:48
    • 12. Segmented Control App: Cards 2

      8:18
    • 13. Slider App: Hearts 1

      6:18
    • 14. Slider App: Hearts 2

      3:13
    • 15. Picker View App: Hearts 1

      4:44
    • 16. Picker View App: Hearts 2

      6:52
    • 17. Stepper App: Counter

      3:15
    • 18. Table App: Wonders of the World 1

      8:36
    • 19. Table App: Wonders of the World 2

      10:17
    • 20. Core Data App: Wonders of the World 3

      7:23
    • 21. Core Data App: Wonders of the World 4

      6:02
    • 22. Core Data App: Wonders of the World 5

      8:48

About This Class

Swift Fast Track is for professionals who wish to develop simple iOS mobile apps and need straight-to-the-core approach, with practical examples and code segments that can be integrated in real-life apps. The course aims to show, with visual and clear examples, how the most important concepts and tools of Swift are used in practical ways.

Upon completion of the course, you will have covered all the fundamental 'building blocks' of Swift and built interesting (and fun) micro apps. You can then venture into actually building complete real-life apps, integrating the tools code segments learned in your own apps.

The course is based on Xcode 7.3 and Swift 2.2.