Apple introduced Swift in June 2014, describing it as Objective-C without the C. Yet with version 2, announced in June 2015, Swift is pulling away from its Objective-C origins and breaking new ground as a modern language that is safe, fast, and expressive. In this training course, Scott Gardner will take you through each component of the language, explaining what you need to know to become proficient in programming with Swift, from concepts to hands-on coding. Scott covers data types, control statements, functions, classes and structures, and much more.
Completing this course will prepare you to use Swift to develop apps for iPhone and iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
Creating and using playgrounds
Defining variables and constants
Working with strings
Using arrays, dictionaries, sets, and tuples
Controlling program flow
Working with functions and closures
Defining classes, structures, and enumerations
Defining and adopting protocols
Using access control