Become an Apple developer on mobile with this iOS 9 App Development for Beginners course!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few decades, you’ll know that Apple has a strong hold over the technology world; a hold that won’t loosen its grip any time soon. You’ll also know that this computer giant does things a little differently than everyone else. That’s why having the ability to develop apps for iOS is vital for any successful developer – particularly when new versions are released at such a regular pace. But don’t worry; this course will get you up to speed.
Create Stunning Apps for Apple with Ease
- Create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift
- Get your apps on the iTunes App Store for anyone to download and use
- Take the first steps towards becoming an Apple developer
- Learn the ins and outs of the Apple developer centre and user interfaces for iOS apps
- Build your own Apps from the ground up
Starting with an overview of becoming an iOS developer and Apple’s developer center, you’ll then progress to building the user interface of your app. This includes storyboards, controls, navigation and more. Following that, you’ll move on to specific iOS features like posting to social media, geocoding, and son on, before getting to grips with the data side of things. Finally, you’ll cover how to publish your app.
By the end of this course, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a fully fledged Apple developer, and you’ll have all of the knowledge and experience necessary to create flawless, fun, and fully functioning apps for the Apple community.
Who should take this course?
This iOS 9 App Development for Beginners course has been designed for students who are already familiar with programming structures and the software development process, and who have an interest in applying this to iOS applications.
Xcode: Xcode is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that contains all the software you need to create beautiful, fast, and easy to use applications for Apple devices like iPhones and iPads. You can experiment with new APIs, add additional source code, and even make use of he interface testing feature, which records your app in action.
Swift: Swift is one of the newest programming languages to hit the scene and was especially developed for iOS and OS X (i.e Apple products). Swift is one of the most simple languages to get a handle on, and what’s even better is that it makes creating lighting-fast, fun and interactive apps easy.