This $40 training bundle will advance you from beginner to iOS developer in 41 hours


This bundle will help you become an expert mobile app developer
This bundle will help you become an expert mobile app developer.
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The iPhone 12 lineup accompanied what was arguably the biggest iOS update in years, and, as we all know, new features open the door for new apps. That, too, presents opportunities for aspiring app developers to make it big in the ever-expanding app market.

With a new generation of iPhone users slated to arrive this Christmas, there’s no better time to learn mobile app development than now. If you dream of one day creating the next big mobile app that revolutionizes our world, then The Learn to Create an iPhone App Bundle can help. Normally $1,600, this eight-course bundle can be yours for just $40.

The Learn to Create an iPhone App Bundle contains 41 hours of content on how to develop iOS apps using SwiftUI and Google Firebase. These courses are instructed by seasoned mobile app creators and online educators with years of experience. For example, five of these courses are taught by Grant Klimaytys, a freelance app developer and former Google engineer who has taught nearly 250,000 students on Udemy.

If you’re new to programming in general, the first course we recommend taking is “Swift Programming for iPhone Apps: Foundation.” This will introduce you to Swift basics, such as variables, types, tuples, operators and collections. If you’re already familiar with Swift, you may want to take the course “iOS Apps & Firebase: Create a Simple, Real-Time WhatsApp Clone.” This course will teach you how to check for authentication and set up a real-time database connection using Google Firebase.

With the Learn to Create an iPhone App Bundle, you’ll gain all the knowledge and practical skills you need to build beautiful, responsive iOS apps. Each course in this bundle costs $200, but Cult of Mac readers can get the entire bundle today for $40.

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