Just in time for WWDC 2016, learn how to develop for iOS [Deals]

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Learn Swift and other key programming languages to start making apps for iPhone and iPad.
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With all the great minds working at and with Apple coming together again for WWDC 2016, we’re sharing deals aimed at developers new and seasoned alike. These lessons in Swift, Objective-C, Xcode and other essential iOS languages and frameworks will get you up to speed with some of the most lucrative and in-demand skills in today’s job market. Take a look:

You can now watch Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote online


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Apple just posted its WWDC 2016 keynote video.
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Didn’t have time to catch Apple’s huge keynote this morning? You could go back through Cult of Mac’s liveblog to relive all the action. Or if you’d prefer the real thing, Apple just posted a video of the two-hour event on its homepage.

The new video covers all of the changes that Apple unveiled today for iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and some new Apple TV software too. Apple topped off the event with a video celebrating developers who took their first step into coding with Apple’s Swift programming language.


Apple’s new Swift Playgrounds app turns kids into coders


Coding is fun with Swift Playgrounds.
Coding is fun with Swift Playgrounds.
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Apple introduced a powerful new way to teach kids how to learn to code today with a new app called Swift Playgrounds that makes learning Swift as easy as ABC.

The iPad app helps students learn to code by presenting a number of simple lessons aimed at kids, though simpleton non-coder adults can learn a great deal from it as well.

Prepare to break into the booming business of iOS coding [Deals]

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iOS is a wide open field for developers, and building apps is one of the most lucrative skills you can have. This bundle of more than 100 hours of top-level lessons from Bitfountain give you those skills. It’s a soup-to-nuts set of comprehensive lessons that make a perfect introduction for the beginner, and will hone the skills of even seasoned coders. Right now you can sign up for just $40 at Cult of Mac Deals.