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Learn to create apps for any Apple device


For $20, you can learn to make beautiful functional apps.
With Swift and SwiftUI, you can make eye-catching apps that'll stand out on the App Store.
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If you want to learn how to write software for Apple devices, you need to know Swift and SwiftUI. Knowing the ins and outs of Apple’s programming language, and its cross-platform user interface framework, means you can build apps that work on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV.

And with this educational bundle, you can learn to design apps that are as beautiful as they are useful for just $19.99.

Learn to create apps for Apple devices

In this 17-hour course, you can learn to make apps with a gorgeous and practical design that will attract the users you want. You’ll get access to 119 lectures that you can study 24/7 for as long as you want. There may be 17 hours of content, but you can take as long as you need to master it. And there’s a lot to master.

Swift 5 is a programming language developed by Apple for general use and app design. In terms of programming languages, it’s an accessible start, and there’s so much you can do with it. Just from this course, you’ll learn to implement Swift Package manager in your work, integrate data with CloudKit, and curate your own portfolio of apps someone could actually download.

The real value of a course like this comes in what you can create — and what that says to potential employers. Being able to build custom user interfaces and publish your own apps to the App Store demonstrates a level of mastery that would take years of expensive school and study for others to achieve. And, if you’re just in it for the programming skills, you can enjoy making apps that are suited exactly to your needs, whatever they may be.

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Get the Swift 5.5 Hacking iOS 15 App Development with SwiftUI 3 & Xcode 13 course for $19.99 (regularly $200) while it’s on sale. And if you’re looking for more great deals for Apple fans, check out this deal on a Mac utility app.

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