If you’re working toward app-making mastery, you need to stay on top of the key languages and frameworks for iOS. For first-time coders and seasoned developers alike, we’ve got three kick-ass courses offering hands-on experience with Xcode, Swift and Objective-C, plus other fundamentals that will hone your chops and up your marketability.
Oh, and another thing — each of these courses is discounted by at least 90 percent.
iOS and Swift 2: Step it Up! – 90 percent off
These 77 lectures with 15.5 hours of video are great for someone with a bit of coding and/or development chops looking to enhance their skills and knowledge. It covers iOS and Swift 2 (duh), designed to help you understand things like the model-view-controller pattern, and best practices for writing effective, lean code. Learn source control with GitHub, how the JSON format works, how to add a search bar for rank, title or artist, and a bunch more.
iOS and Xcode Developer Training: Lifetime Subscription – 99 percent off
This is a massive collection of knowledge, with more than 800 video lectures covering key languages, techniques and tricks for developing on iOS 9, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Everything from the fundamentals of coding languages like Swift and Objective-C, to building games using the source code of cloned classics like Flappy Bird and Candy Crush, to the ins and outs of marketing and monetization, to name just a few. With all that material, it’s a good thing this training content comes as a lifetime subscription, meaning you can study at your own pace, for as long as you want or need.
Build 20 Apps: iOS 9 and Xcode 7 Guide – 90 percent off
This course covers everything you’ll need to start building iOS 9 apps by actually getting you busy with building those apps. 20 apps, actually, using Objective-C and Swift 2, covering a wide range of functions, from simple games to random value generators. Along the way you’ll get grounded in a wide range of tools and skills, like the process of purchasing a developers license and monetizing with ad integration, using actions and outlets for displaying text, using ‘if’ statements and detecting gestures, or adding customized visuals, sounds, social media integration, and plenty more. Plus, you’ll be able to publish your finished apps to the App store.