Building iOS 10 Applications with Swift will teach you how to start
an app from scratch, see the needed steps for completing your app until
deploying it to the App Store. If you ever thought about creating your
own iPhone App, this course is a good start!
Firstly, you will start by learning how to install the Xcode and
review some fundamental concepts of the Swift programming language.
Using the new Contacts framework, you will be able to create your own
appealing UI and replace the previous framework. You will then create an
Apple Watch app and see how to make it communicate with your iPhone.
The course will also cover projects that will help you retrieve the
weather forecast, detect the user's location, customize our own table
view cells, and retrieve information from a server. Each app will be
developed step by step, explaining their concepts and ideas. Finally,
you will learn how to deploy apps to the App Store, making them
available to download on any device.
After completing this course, you will be able to create your own apps by making the most of iOS 10 with Swift.
About The Author
Cecil Costa, also know as Eduardo Campos in Latin countries, is a Euro-Brazilian freelance developer who has been learning about computers since getting his first 286 in 1990. From then on, he kept learning about programming languages, computer architecture, and computer science theory.
Learning and teaching are his passions; this is the reason why he worked as a trainer and an author. He has been giving on-site courses for companies such as Ericsson, Roche, TVE (a Spanish television channel), and lots of others. He is also the author of Swift Cookbook First Edition and Swift 2 Blueprints, both by Packt Publishing. He will soon publish an iOS 10 programming video course.
Nowadays, Cecil Costa teaches through online platforms, helping people from across the world.
In 2008, he founded his own company, Conglomo Limited, which offers development and training programs both on-site and online.
Throughout his professional career, he has created projects by himself and also worked for different companies from small to big ones, such as IBM, Qualcomm, Spanish Lottery, and DIA%.
Nowadays, Cecil is based in the UK, where he is progressing in his professional career as an iOS team lead.