Developers: iOS 11 is coming, time to start coding [Deals]


The Complete iOS 11 & Swift Developer Course- Build 20 Apps
Learn the ins and outs of developing for iOS 11 by building 20 working apps.
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iOS 11 is fast approaching. Along with it are coming a whole host of improvements and entirely new features. That means developers have to catch up before Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system drops this fall.

Whether you’re already a seasoned iOS developer or interested in starting, this is worth checking out. But this bundle of courses makes a great starting point for either. With more than 340,000 registered online students with 65,000 reviews, Rob Percival is the perfect teacher to learn to develop iOS apps. And right now you can get the Complete iOS 11 and Swift Developer Course for just $15 at cult of Mac Deals.

Across 249 lectures clocking in at almost 35 hours, this set of courses puts you to work designing and building your own apps. That means projects like building games with SpriteKit, or Instagram and Snapchat clones. Additionally, that puts your hands on the working parts of iOS 11: Swift 4, ARKit, MLKit, MusicKit, and the new Depth Photo API. Along the way, you’ll learn to work with XCode and Interface Builder. You’ll cover how to use the phone’s built-in accelerometers and motion feedback through Swift. As you go deeper into the nitty gritty, you’ll gain an understanding of Core Data and JSON, how to perform online storage with Parse. And finally, you’ll receive $100 of Amazon Web Service credit, and $200 worth of unlimited web hosting for a year.

Buy now: Get the Complete iOS 11 and Swift Developer Course for just $15. That’s a whopping 90 percent discount.


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