iOS Swift The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp

From Beginner to iOS App Developer with Just One Course! Fully Updated with a Comprehensive Module Dedicated to SwiftUI!
iOS Swift The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp
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Dr. Angela Yu


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iOS Swift The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp

What you’ll learn

You will create a portfolio of 15 apps to be able apply for junior developer jobs at a technology company
You will learn Xcode, UIKit and SwiftUI, ARKit, CoreML and CoreData.
You will learn by doing, where every lesson is incorporated into a real-world app project.
After the course, you will be able to build any app you want.
Start your own app based business
Become a digital nomad by working as a freelance iOS developer
Master creating Augmented Reality apps using Apple’s new ARKit
Create apps that use Machine Learning using Apple’s new CoreML
Master app design so you’ll know how to wireframe, mockup and prototype your app idea
Master app marketing so you can publish your apps and generate downloads

iOS Swift The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp


No programming experience needed – I’ll teach you everything you need to know
A Mac computer running macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or a PC running macOS.
No paid software required – all apps will be created in Xcode 11 (which is free to download)
I’ll walk you through, step-by-step how to get Xcode installed and set up


Welcome to the Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp. With over 39,000 5 star ratings and a 4.8 average my iOS course is the HIGHEST RATED iOS Course in the history of Udemy! At 55+ hours, this iOS 13 course is the most comprehensive iOS development course online!This Swift 5.1 course is based on our in-person app development bootcamp in London, where we’ve perfected the curriculum over 4 years of in-person teaching.Our complete app development bootcamp teaches you how to code using Swift 5.1 and build beautiful iOS 13 apps for iPhone and iPad. Even if you have ZERO programming experience.I’ll take you step-by-step through engaging and fun video tutorials and teach you everything you need to know to succeed as an iOS app developer.The course includes 55+ hours of HD video tutorials and builds your programming knowledge while making real world apps. e.g. Pokemon Go, Whatsapp, QuizUp and Yahoo Weather.The curriculum has been completely revamped for iOS 13 and Xcode 11. Including comprehensive modules on Apple’s latest technology – SwiftUI iOS, iPadOS and macOS app interface design, ARKit for making Augmented Reality apps as well as CoreML & CreateML for making intelligent apps with Machine Learning. You’ll be building 3D augmented reality apps that look like Pokemon Go and Harry Potter’s magical newspapers!By the end of this course, you will be fluently programming in Swift 5.1 and be ready to make your own apps or start a freelancing job as an iOS 13 developer.You’ll also have a portfolio of over 25 apps that you can show off to any potential employer.Sign up today, and look forwards to:Over 55 hours of HD 1080p video content, everything you’ll ever need to succeed as a iOS developer.Building over 25 fully-fledged apps including ones that use machine learning and augmented realityAll the knowledge you need to start building any app you wantA giant bundle of design assetsOur best selling 12 Rules to Learn to Code eBook$8000+ app development bootcamp course materials and curriculumFrom Beginner to iOS 13 App Developer with Just One CourseWe know that you’re here because you value your time. If you wanted to watch someone program for hours and hours without explaining what they’re doing, you’d be on YouTube.By getting this course, you can be rest assured that the course is carefully thought out and edited. There are beautiful animations that explain all the difficult concepts and the videos are fully up to date with the latest versions of Swift and Xcode.So by the end of the course, you’ll completely understand:Concepts of Object Oriented Programming (OOP): The type system, variables, functions and methods, inheritance, structures, classes and protocols.Control Structures: Using If/­Else clauses, Switch statements and logic to control the flow of execution.Data Structures: How to work with collections, such as arrays and dictionaries.Software Design: How to organise and format code for readability and how to implement the Model ­View­ Controller (MVC) design pattern, Apple’s favourite delegation pattern and the publisher pattern.Networking: How to make asynchronous API calls, store and retrieve data from the cloud, and use the JSON format for server communication.Persistent Local Data Storage: How to use Core Data, Realm, Codable and User Defaults to store your app data locally.How to Implement In-App Purchases with Apple StoreKitMachine Learning: How to make artificially intelligent apps and build your own machine learning models using iOS 13’s new CoreML2 and CreateML frameworks.Augmented Reality: How to create 3D objects in augmented reality and create incredible 3D animations and real-life interactions using Apple’s latest ARKit2 framework.SwiftUI: How to use Apple’s brand new UI framework to create user interfaces programmatically that look good across all Apple products.Don’t waste your timeDon’t waste another minute of your precious life on poor quality videos on YouTube. Or instructors who you can’t understand. Or teachers who have no real world in-person teaching experience. Your time is precious. Take this course and find out why everybody is raving about it and why over 39,000 students rated it 5 stars!Don’t waste your moneyInside this course, you’re getting exactly the same course materials and curriculum as our 12 week in-person programming bootcamp. Instead of spending $8000 dollars and taking time off work, save loads of money by getting this course and do it at your own pace!Don’t just take my word for it, see what my past students had to say about the course:”You will not find a better teacher than Angela. She does a wonderful job of encouraging you to learn swift the right way. I want to encourage everyone thinking about taking this class to get it, as it is the BEST Swift programming class I’ve seen on anywhere and I’ve tried more than a few of them. If you are looking for an excellent swift programming course, stop there here because you have found it. You will learn Swift from the very beginning of programming all the way through making your own apps that you can upload to the App store.” – Ian Hopjins”SO GOOD!!! Retention rate is incredible because Angela does a great job in explaining and teaching every aspect of what we are doing. Most of the other instructors on Udemy put code on the screen and pretend nothing happened. This course is amazing! 5/5″ – Muhammad Ibrahim”Angela is a spectacular teacher!” – Marco Zanirato”This course was terrific. Only after taking a few more courses from others that I realized how good this course was. This course taught me more than I was expecting, it provided great instructions and a lot of hands-on tasks to drill-in the concept.” – Marc”Best use of your money! I was a complete beginner but Angela made me a pro in weeks.” – Burak Tunçbilek”IT IS #1!!!!!!!!! Absolutely Amazing. The best iOS course i have ever taken. Angela explains everything the way it needs to be explained, so everything is easily understood. The concept of this course is built to make you learn, not just watch and repeat. Angela is highly educated and it is very much noticeable during the entire course. Again, it is fantastic. Thank you. Please create more courses!!!!!” – Eduard KhachianAre you trying to choose between all the different iOS courses on Udemy? Take a look at what students on my course had to say about this:I have revamped my expectation for what a 5 star course should be for Udemy. Angela, you’re awesome! I already rated the course as 5 stars early on (at about 20% completion), but after completing roughly 70% of the course, I can say this is my favourite Udemy course as of today. Brilliant course Angela! – Alberto L”I took a lot of courses on Udemy and elsewhere and non of them were as clear and perfectly paced as this one! Angelas approach is really awesome, deep and clear.” – Žan Fras”I have taken several iOS courses, so far this course had the best explanation on swift and xcode documentation. The lecturer is kinda humorous sometimes which make this course even more enjoyable.” – Bryan Pukanda”I have taken lots of courses on udemy and elsewhere for self learning and i can tell you with all the honesty this is one course which i did not want it to end. It is like one of those movies that you wish keeps going. Whatever concepts are covered were covered very beautifully and made learning quite simple. I got so many answers to Why? in this course like how closures work and why they work that way… why delegates work that way. Thank you so much for this course.” – Arun Lakhera”I compare this to another top iOS class on Udemy, but I think that this one beats it. The reason? Angela doesn’t show you a plethora of material and then say that we will discuss this later, or say “just do this. You will see why later.” She goes into the reason for doing something before doing it.” – Clyde AddisonDo you have some experience developing iOS apps and wonder if this course is for you? Take a look at what students on my course had to say about this:”This is the best-organized course for starting Swift that I’ve seen. The course is excellent for teaching Swift programming including vital information using Xcode, Github, Cocoapods, Stack Overflow, Alamofire, Firebase, REST APIs and all the services commonly used by app developers. They show all the ways of using Xcode and other services that took me months to learn willy nilly. Wish I had this course a year ago but even with a year of Swift experience I still found a lot of great information and helpful tips. Love all the extras the course provides especially the assets(graphics, sound files, etc) for practice projects as I’m always taking too much time to find some assets to play with. This course understands how to teach programmers by giving them the toolsets and abilities they need to build apps. The course teaches the foundation of the language as well as skills to build your knowledge and improve your troubleshooting skills. Angela is a wonderful speaker and should do the voiceovers on everyone’s instructional videos, seriously. :)” – Marcy Vernon”Def. an amazing and awesome class for learning iOS programming. I’ve been coding for years and taken many programming related classes on Udemy and this is def. one of the best. The instructor walks you through all the in’s and out’s of developing apps for the iOS platform. Top Shelf A++ class.” – Mirko CukichREMEMBER… I’m so confident that you’ll love this course that we’re offering a FULL money back guarantee for 30 days! So it’s a complete no-brainer, sign up today with ZERO risk and EVERYTHING to gain.So what are you waiting for? 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Section 1: Getting Started with iOS Development and Swift 5

Lecture 1 Intro to the Course. What’s coming up?

Lecture 2 Download the Course Syllabus

Lecture 3 The Giant List of Resources

Lecture 4 How does an App Work?

Lecture 5 How to Make an App

Lecture 6 How to Get All the Free Stuff

Lecture 7 Download your Massive Bundle of Assets

Lecture 8 Download the 12 Rules to Learn to Code eBook PDF

Lecture 9 How to Make the Most of the Bootcamp

Lecture 10 How to Get Help When You’re Stuck

Lecture 11 Can I use Windows to develop iOS apps? (and other FAQs)

Lecture 12 Developing for iOS – Tools and Materials

Lecture 13 Getting set up with Xcode

Lecture 14 Pathfinder

Section 2: Xcode Storyboards and Interface Builder

Lecture 15 The I am Rich App

Lecture 16 A Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 17 Let’s Create a Brand New Xcode Project

Lecture 18 A Walkthrough of the Xcode Development Environment

Lecture 19 Let’s Design the User Interface!

Lecture 20 Let’s Incorporate Some Image Assets

Lecture 21 How to Design and Add an App Icon

Lecture 22 A Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 23 Run Your App on Your iPhone or Simulator

Lecture 24 Join the Student Community

Lecture 25 How to Ace this Course

Section 3: Xcode Storyboard and Interface Builder Challenge

Lecture 26 What You Will Create

Lecture 27 Step 1: Create a New Xcode Project

Lecture 28 Step 2: Add a Label Element from the Object Library

Lecture 29 Step 3: Add an Image View to the Storyboard

Lecture 30 Step 4: Add an App Icon

Lecture 31 Step 5: Run Your App

Lecture 32 Step 6: Show off your work!

Lecture 33 Tip from Angela – Habit Building with the Calendar Trick

Section 4: Swift Programming Basics – Collections, Constants & Variables

Lecture 34 What You’ll Make by the End of This Module

Lecture 35 Cloning from GitHub and How to Download the L.A.B. Project Stubs

Lecture 36 How to Design Your App

Lecture 37 Let’s Link Our Design to Our Code

Lecture 38 Responding to User Interactions with IBActions

Lecture 39 Bug Hint ?Thread 1: signal SIGABRT and “Not Key Value Coding Compliant”

Lecture 40 [Swift Deep Dive] Naming Conventions, Commenting and String Interpolation

Lecture 41 Storing Data using Variables and Arrays

Lecture 42 [Swift Deep Dive] Variables

Lecture 43 [Swift Deep Dive] Arrays

Lecture 44 How to Randomise the Dice Images

Lecture 45 ?How to Solve the Error: “Maximum number of apps for free development reached”

Lecture 46 [Swift Deep Dive] Constants, the Range Operator and Randomisation

Lecture 47 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 48 Do You Want This?

Lecture 49 Tip from Angela – Dealing with Distractions

Section 5: Swift Programming Basics Challenge

Lecture 50 What You Will Create

Lecture 51 Step 1: Clone the Starting Project

Lecture 52 Step 2: Design the User Interface

Lecture 53 Step 3: Link Up the Design with Code

Lecture 54 Step 4: Use Code to Change the 8 Ball Image

Lecture 55 Step 5: Make the Ball Image Random

Lecture 56 Step 6: Show off your work!

Lecture 57 Download the Completed Project

Lecture 58 Tip from Angela – Nothing Easy is Worth Doing!

Section 6: Auto Layout and Responsive UIs

Lecture 59 Why do we need Auto Layout?

Lecture 60 Size Classes Explained

Lecture 61 Setting Constraints and working with the Safe Area

Lecture 62 How to use Alignment and Pinning

Lecture 63 Working with Containers and Subviews

Lecture 64 Stack Views

Lecture 65 Auto Layout (Optional) Boss Challenge

Lecture 66 Download the Completed Project

Lecture 67 Calculator Challenge Solution and Walkthrough

Lecture 68 Tip from Angela – How to Deal with Procrastination

Section 7: Using and Understanding Apple Documentation

Lecture 69 What You’ll Make by the End of this Module

Lecture 70 Setting up the Xylophone Project

Lecture 71 The 5 Step Approach to Solve Any Programming Problem

Lecture 72 [Swift Deep Dive] Functions and Scope

Lecture 73 [Coding Exercise] Functions Part 1

Lecture 74 Linking Multiple Buttons to the Same IBAction

Lecture 75 [Swift Deep Dive] Functions with Inputs and Type Inference

Lecture 76 Playing Different Xylophone Sounds

Lecture 77 Boss Challenge

Lecture 78 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 79 Tip from Angela – Building a Programming Habit

Section 8: Intermediate Swift Programming – Control Flow and Optionals

Lecture 80 What You’ll Make by the End of this Module

Lecture 81 Setting up the Egg Timer Project and Linking the Storyboard and ViewController

Lecture 82 [Swift Deep Dive] If-Else Control Flow

Lecture 83 [Swift Deep Dive] Switch Statements

Lecture 84 Conditional Statements Challenge Solution

Lecture 85 [Swift Deep Dive] Dictionaries

Lecture 86 [Swift Deep Dive] Defining and Unwrapping Optionals

Lecture 87 Dictionary Challenge Solution

Lecture 88 Implementing a Countdown Timer Challenge

Lecture 89 Egg Timer Challenge Solution

Lecture 90 Showing the Timer to the User with a Progress View

Lecture 91 Calculating the Progress Percentage

Lecture 92 Using the 5 Step Approach to Debug our App

Lecture 93 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 94 Tip from Angela – Set Your Expectations

Section 9: iOS App Design Patterns and Code Structuring

Lecture 95 What You’ll Make by the End of this Module

Lecture 96 Setting up the Quizzler Project and Showing the Questions

Lecture 97 Checking Answers using 2-Dimensional Arrays

Lecture 98 [Swift Deep Dive] Structures, Methods and Properties

Lecture 99 Creating a Question Struct

Lecture 100 Giving the User Feedback and working with a ProgressView

Lecture 101 Understand the MVC Design Pattern

Lecture 102 Implementing MVC and Understanding Parameter Names

Lecture 103 [Swift Deep Dive] Functions with Outputs and Return Types

Lecture 104 Refactoring to Implement the MVC Design Pattern

Lecture 105 [Swift Deep Dive] Immutability

Lecture 106 Using Mutating Functions to Track the Score

Lecture 107 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 108 Tip from Angela – The 20 Minute Method

Section 10: iOS App Design Pattern Challenge

Lecture 109 What You’ll Create

Lecture 110 Step 1: Clone the Starting Project

Lecture 111 Step 2: Update the storyLabel and Button Titles

Lecture 112 Step 3: Create a Structure

Lecture 113 Step 4: Update the Story

Lecture 114 Step 5: Apply MVC

Lecture 115 Step 6: Make the StoryBrain more Scalable

Lecture 116 Step 7: Show off your Work!

Lecture 117 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 118 Tip from Angela – Retrieval is How You Learn

Section 11: Advanced Swift Programming – Classes, Inheritance & Advanced Optionals

Lecture 119 What You’ll Make by the End of this Module

Lecture 120 Learn How to Use a UISlider

Lecture 121 Using the UISliders to Calculate the BMI

Lecture 122 [Swift Deep Dive] Classes and Inheritance

Lecture 123 [Swift Deep Dive] Structs v.s. Classes

Lecture 124 How to Use the Docs in Xcode and Create a Custom UIViewController Class

Lecture 125 How to Create a UI Programatically and Pass Data between ViewControllers

Lecture 126 Segues and Navigation for Multi-Screen Apps

Lecture 127 Adopting MVC by Creating a CalculatorBrain

Lecture 128 [Swift Deep Dive] Optional Binding, Chaining, and the Nil Coalescing Operator

Lecture 129 Use Optionals in Practice and Add the Finishing Touches with Colour Literals

Lecture 130 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 131 Tip from Angela – Learning Before you Eat

Section 12: Advanced Swift Programming Challenge

Lecture 132 What You’ll Make

Lecture 133 Step 1: Clone the Starting Project

Lecture 134 Step 2: Create IBActions and IBOutlets for the Calculator Screen

Lecture 135 Step 3: Create IBActions and IBOutlets for the Results Screen

Lecture 136 Step 4: Figure out how much Tip to Apply

Lecture 137 Step 5: Figure out how Many People to Split the Bill Between

Lecture 138 Step 6: Calculate the Bill

Lecture 139 Step 7: Pass the Result to the ResultsViewController

Lecture 140 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 141 Tip from Angela – Dealing with Lack of Progress

Section 13: Networking, JSON Parsing, APIs and Core Location

Lecture 142 What You’ll Make by the End of This Module

Lecture 143 Dark Mode and Working with Vector Assets

Lecture 144 Learn to use the UITextField

Lecture 145 [Swift Deep Dive] Protocols

Lecture 146 The Delegate Design Pattern

Lecture 147 An Example of Protocols and Delegates in Practice

Lecture 148 Understanding the OpenWeather API and URL Parameters

Lecture 149 Use the URLSession for Networking

Lecture 150 [Swift Deep Dive] Closures

Lecture 151 JSON Decoding

Lecture 152 Create a WeatherModel and Understand Computed Properties

Lecture 153 Typealiases and a Protocols and Delegate Challenge

Lecture 154 [Swift Deep Dive] Internal and External Parameter Names

Lecture 155 Method Naming Conventions and Error Handling

Lecture 156 Updating the UI by Using the DispatchQueue

Lecture 157 [Swift Deep Dive] Extensions and Default Implementations for Protocols

Lecture 158 Using Extensions to Refactor the ViewController

Lecture 159 Using CoreLocation to get Location Data

Lecture 160 What is a Property List (.plist)?

Lecture 161 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 162 Tip from Angela – Mixing Knowledge

Section 14: Networking and API Challenge

Lecture 163 What You Will Make

Lecture 164 Step 1: Clone the Starting Project

Lecture 165 Step 2: UIPickerView Functionality

Lecture 166 Introducing

Lecture 167 Step 3: Make the API Request

Lecture 168 Step 4: Parse the JSON Data

Lecture 169 Step 5: Update the User Interface Using the Delegate Pattern

Lecture 170 Step 6: Refactor with Extensions

Lecture 171 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 172 Tip from Angela – Dealing with Frustration

Section 15: Firebase Cloud Firestore, TableViews and Cocoapod Dependencies

Lecture 173 What You’ll Make by the End of this Module

Lecture 174 Navigation Controller Stacks and Segues

Lecture 175 Typing Animations, Timers and For Loops

Lecture 176 [Swift Deep Dive] Loops

Lecture 177 Fibonacci Solution Code File

Lecture 178 Introduction to 3rd Party Libaries

Lecture 179 Cocoapods Installation Instructions

Lecture 180 How to Install a Pod to your Project

Lecture 181 Potential Problems with Pod Installation

Lecture 182 How to use the CLTypingLabel Pod

Lecture 183 How to Choose your Package Manager

Lecture 184 Adding Firebase to your Project

Lecture 185 Registering New Users

Lecture 186 Logging in Existing Users

Lecture 187 Logging Out Users

Lecture 188 Using a Constants File and Understanding the static Keyword

Lecture 189 How to use a UITableView and Create a Message Model

Lecture 190 Customising Cells in a TableView using a .xib File

Lecture 191 [Swift Deep Dive] Casting as? as! as is and understanding Any

Lecture 192 Database setup and Saving Data to Firestore

Lecture 193 Retrieving Data from Firestore

Lecture 194 Listening for Updates on Firestore

Lecture 195 How to Sort Data retrieved from Firestore

Lecture 196 How to Manage the Keyboard and use the Swift Package Manager

Lecture 197 Finishing Touches: UI and UX Improvements

Lecture 198 The ViewController Lifecycle Explained

Lecture 199 The App Lifecycle Methods Explained

Lecture 200 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 201 Tip from Angela – Sleep is My Secret Weapon

Section 16: The Command Line and Terminal

Lecture 202 Introduction to the Command Line

Lecture 203 Command Line Shortcuts

Lecture 204 Directory and File Manipulation Using the Command Line + Bonus

Section 17: SwiftUI and Declarative Programming

Lecture 205 What is SwiftUI?

Lecture 206 How to Build a SwiftUI App from Scratch

Lecture 207 Download the Completed I am Rich SwiftUI Project

Lecture 208 How to Create Complex Designs and Layouts using SwiftUI

Lecture 209 Bug Alert! Text Not Displaying Correctly in Dark Mode

Lecture 210 Download the Completed MiCard SwiftUI Project

Lecture 211 SwiftUI Dicee Part 1 – Designing a Layout using Spacers and Subviews

Lecture 212 SwiftUI Dicee Part 2 – Building in Functionality and Managing State

Lecture 213 Download the Completed Dicee SwiftUI Project

Lecture 214 H4X0R News Part 1 – Understanding the List and Identifiable Protocol

Lecture 215 H4X0R News Part 2 – Networking in SwiftUI

Lecture 216 H4X0R News Part 3 – The Observer Design Pattern

Lecture 217 H4X0R News Part 4 – Using UIKit Components with SwiftUI

Lecture 218 Bug Alert! List Only Shows 1 Line and Truncates Text

Lecture 219 Download the Completed H4X0R News SwiftUI Project

Lecture 220 Running your iOS App on a Mac with Project Catalyst

Lecture 221 Tip from Angela – How to Solidify Your Knowledge

Section 18: Git, GitHub and Version Control

Lecture 222 Introduction to Version Control and Git

Lecture 223 Version Control Using Git and the Command Line

Lecture 224 GitHub and Remote Repositories

Lecture 225 GitHub Private Repos are now Free! ?

Lecture 226 Gitignore

Lecture 227 Cloning Repositories

Lecture 228 Branching and Merging

Lecture 229 Using Xcode for Source Control

Lecture 230 Forking and Pull Requests

Lecture 231 Optional Challenge

Lecture 232 Tip from Angela – Spaced Repetition

Section 19: Local Data Persistance – User Defaults, Core Data and Realm

Lecture 233 The Clear App Clone that You’ll Build by the End of this Module

Lecture 234 Subclassing a UITableViewController

Lecture 235 TableView Delegate Methods and Accessories

Lecture 236 Creating a Textfield Inside UIAlert to Add New Items

Lecture 237 Why Do We Need Persistent Local Data Storage?

Lecture 238 Persistent Local Data Storage Using UserDefaults

Lecture 239 UserDefaults Explained

Lecture 240 [Advanced Swift] The Swift Singleton Object

Lecture 241 A Quick Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 242 Creating a Custom Data Model

Lecture 243 [Advanced Swift] The Swift Ternary Operator

Lecture 244 Restructuring Our App with MVC

Lecture 245 The Concept of iOS Sandboxing

Lecture 246 Encoding Data with NSCoder

Lecture 247 Decoding Data with NSCoder

Lecture 248 Introduction to Databases

Lecture 249 How to Set up and Configure Core Data

Lecture 250 How to Save Data with Core Data (Create in CRUD)

Lecture 251 How to View Your SQLite Database Backend for Core Data

Lecture 252 Core Data Fundamentals

Lecture 253 Reading Data from Core Data (Read in CRUD)

Lecture 254 Updating Data with Core Data (Update in CRUD)

Lecture 255 Removing Data from Core Data (Delete in CRUD)

Lecture 256 How to Implement a UISearchBar and Querying with Core Data

Lecture 257 How to Go Back to the Original List?

Lecture 258 How to Create Relationship Graphs in Core Data

Lecture 259 [Solution to Challenge] Setting Up CategoryViewController

Lecture 260 Adding the Delegate Method

Lecture 261 Introduction to Realm

Lecture 262 How to Save Data Using Realm (Create in CRUD)

Lecture 263 Fetching Data from Realm (Read in CRUD)

Lecture 264 Updating Data with Realm (Update in CRUD)

Lecture 265 Removing Data from Realm (Delete in CRUD)

Lecture 266 A Quick Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 267 Querying Data Using Realm

Lecture 268 Review of How Our App Uses Realm for Data Persistence

Lecture 269 Making Our Cells Swipeable

Lecture 270 Inheriting from SwipeTableViewController

Lecture 271 [Solution to Challenge] Inheriting from SwipeTableViewController

Lecture 272 Adding Colour to Our App

Lecture 273 [Solution to Challenge] Persisting the Colour Property

Lecture 274 Creating Gradient Flow Cells

Lecture 275 A Quick Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 276 Updating the UI of the Navigation Bar

Lecture 277 The Completed App Project

Lecture 278 Tip from Angela – Location, Location, Location!

Section 20: In-App Purchases and Apple StoreKit

Lecture 279 What You’ll Need to Implement In-App Purchases

Lecture 280 Download the Skeleton Project

Lecture 281 Check out the Skeleton Project

Lecture 282 Setup Your In-App Purchase on App Store Connect

Lecture 283 Create an Inspirational Quotes App

Lecture 284 Detecting When a User Wants to Make a Purchase

Lecture 285 Implementing the In-App Purchase with Apple StoreKit

Lecture 286 A Quick Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 287 Create Sandbox Users on the App Store to Test In-App Purchases for Free

Lecture 288 Giving Users Access to Purchased Content

Lecture 289 Restoring In-App Purchases

Lecture 290 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 291 Tip from Angela – Use Accountability in your Favour

Section 21: Advanced Swift Classroom – Part 1

Lecture 292 Introduction to the Advanced Section

Lecture 293 Advanced Swift Properties

Lecture 294 A Quick Note About the Next Lesson

Lecture 295 Getters

Lecture 296 Setters

Lecture 297 Computed Properties

Lecture 298 Observed Properties

Lecture 299 Advanced Properties Challenge

Lecture 300 Tip from Angela – When Life Gives You Lemons

Section 22: Advanced Swift Classroom – Part 2

Lecture 301 What We’ll Make – Calculator

Lecture 302 Download the Skeleton Project

Lecture 303 Accumulating Numbers in the Calculator

Lecture 304 Swift Access Levels

Lecture 305 Advanced Swift Optionals

Lecture 306 Adding More Functionality to Our Calculator

Lecture 307 Dealing with the Decimal Place

Lecture 308 Refactoring with Computed Properties

Lecture 309 Conforming to MVC

Lecture 310 Swift Structs vs. Classes – The Theory

Lecture 311 Swift Structs vs. Classes – In Practice

Lecture 312 How to Turn Our Model into a Struct

Lecture 313 Swift Tuples

Lecture 314 Guard Let vs. If Let When to Use Which?

Lecture 315 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 316 Tip from Angela – Find All the Hard Working People

Section 23: CoreML and Machine Learning

Lecture 317 Introduction to Machine Learning

Lecture 318 Supervised Learning

Lecture 319 Unsupervised Learning

Lecture 320 Reinforcement Learning

Lecture 321 What is CoreML?

Lecture 322 What we’ll be making

Lecture 323 Download the Vision V3 Pre-Trained Machine Learning Model

Lecture 324 How to Import the Image Recognition Model & Enable Camera Functionality

Lecture 325 Getting Image Recognition Results Back from Our V3 Model

Lecture 326 Hotdog or Not Hotdog?

Lecture 327 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 328 Tip from Angela – Daily Routines

Section 24: Advanced CoreML – CoreML Tools & Converting Models

Lecture 329 What we’ll be making

Lecture 330 Installing CoremlTools using Python PIP

Lecture 331 Converting a Caffe Model into MLModel

Lecture 332 [Challenge] – Set up a UIImagePickerController

Lecture 333 [Solution] – Setting up a UIImagePickerController

Lecture 334 [Challenge] Getting Classifications from Our Model

Lecture 335 [Solution] Getting Classifications from our Model

Lecture 336 [Challenge] Adding Cocoapods to Our Project

Lecture 337 [Solution] Adding Cocoapods to Our Project

Lecture 338 [Challenge] Making HTTP GET requests to Wikipedia using Alamofire and REST

Lecture 339 [Solution] Making HTTP GET requests to Wikipedia using Alamofire and REST

Lecture 340 [Challenge] Parsing the JSON Result using SwiftyJSON

Lecture 341 [Solution] Parsing the JSON Result using SwiftyJSON

Lecture 342 Displaying Images From a URL using SDWebImage

Lecture 343 [Optional Lesson] Creating the App Icon From Scratch and Styling the App

Lecture 344 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 345 Tip from Angela – Deep Work

Section 25: CreateML – Building Your Own Machine Learning Model from Scratch

Lecture 346 Introduction to CreateML

Lecture 347 How to Gather Data for Training

Lecture 348 How to Train a Brand New Machine Learning Model

Lecture 349 [Challenge] Build Your Own Machine Learning Model

Lecture 350 Download the Completed Model

Lecture 351 Tip from Angela – One Step at a Time

Section 26: CreateML & Natural Language Processing (NLP)

Lecture 352 What We’ll Make – Twitter Sentiment Analysis

Lecture 353 Using CreateML for Natural Language Processing

Lecture 354 How to Sign Up as a Twitter Developer

Lecture 355 Setting Up the Swifter Framework

Lecture 356 How to Fetch Live Twitter Data

Lecture 357 Performing Sentiment Classification

Lecture 358 Parsing Tweet Data in JSON

Lecture 359 Making Batch Predictions

Lecture 360 Updating the User Interface of Our App

Lecture 361 Code Refactoring

Lecture 362 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 363 Tip from Angela – Discipline Breeds Discipline

Section 27: ARKit & Augmented Reality Apps

Lecture 364 Introduction to Augmented Reality and ARKit

Lecture 365 How to Setup and Configure Your Project for AR

Lecture 366 How to Create a 3D Object in Augmented Reality

Lecture 367 Bring the Moon into Your Living Room Using AR

Lecture 368 How to Find and Import 3D Models for AR

Lecture 369 How to Detect Horizontal Planes in the Real World

Lecture 370 How to Detect Touch on Real World 3D Objects

Lecture 371 How to Place Our Dice in 3D Using Touch

Lecture 372 How to Animate 3D Objects in AR

Lecture 373 How to Animate and Roll all the 3D Dice at Once

Lecture 374 How to Remove Our 3D Objects from the AR Scene

Lecture 375 [Optional Lesson] Refactoring Our Code for Better Readability

Lecture 376 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 377 Tip from Angela – Dealing with Limitations

Section 28: Advanced ARKit

Lecture 378 What We’ll Make By the End of this Module

Lecture 379 Detecting the Start and End Points of Our Measurement

Lecture 380 Calculating the Distance Between Two 3D points

Lecture 381 Creating 3D Text in the AR Scene

Lecture 382 Resetting the Measurements

Lecture 383 Download the Completed App Project

Section 29: ARKit 2 and Live Tracking

Lecture 384 What We’ll Make – Pokemon 3D

Lecture 385 Adding Tracking Images

Lecture 386 How to Add Plane to Card

Lecture 387 Converting 3D Models to the New USDZ File Format

Lecture 388 Adding 3D Pokemon Modes to Card Tracking

Lecture 389 Tracking Multiple Pokemons

Lecture 390 Download the Completed Project

Lecture 391 Tip from Angela – Imposter Syndrome

Section 30: ARKit 2 & Live Video

Lecture 392 What We’ll Make – A Magical Newspaper

Lecture 393 How to Source the Assets

Lecture 394 [Challenge] Detecting Images in AR

Lecture 395 Video Playback in AR

Lecture 396 Download the Completed App Project

Lecture 397 Tip from Angela – How to Become a Freelancer

Section 31: How to Submit Your App to the App Store

Lecture 398 How to Publish Your App on to the App Store

Lecture 399 Resources to Check Out When You’re Ready to Publish

Lecture 400 Useful Tools to Help You with App Submissions

Lecture 401 Tip from Angela – How to Build Your Own Products

Section 32: What’s Next? How to Become a Pro iOS Developer

Lecture 402 Tip from Angela – How to Get a Job as a Developer

Lecture 403 Get Monthly Tips and Tools to Level Up as a Developer

Lecture 404 Where to Go From Here?

Lecture 405 Monthly Student-Built App Showcase

Lecture 406 What Modules Do You Want to See?

Lecture 407 Resources

Section 33: Optional: The Complete App Design Course

Lecture 408 Introduction to App Design

Lecture 409 Why Design is Important for an App Entrepreneur

Lecture 410 Designer vs. Non-Designer Thinking

Lecture 411 Understanding the Mood of Your Colour Palette

Lecture 412 How to Combine Colours to Create Colour Palettes

Lecture 413 Tools for Designing with Colour

Lecture 414 Further Reading on Designing with Colour

Lecture 415 Introduction to Typography

Lecture 416 The Serif Type Family – Origins and Use

Lecture 417 The Sans-Serif Type Family – Origins and Use

Lecture 418 How Typography Determines Readability

Lecture 419 How to Combine Fonts Like a Pro

Lecture 420 Further Reading on Typography

Lecture 421 What is User Interface (UI) Design?

Lecture 422 The Tour Guide Approach to UI Design

Lecture 423 The Importance of Alignment

Lecture 424 What is Good Practice in Interaction Design

Lecture 425 Colour in User Interface Design

Lecture 426 The Many Ways of Designing Text Overlays

Lecture 427 How to Be an Attention Architect

Lecture 428 Further Reading on User Interface Design

Lecture 429 What is User Experience (UX) Design?

Lecture 430 Usability

Lecture 431 Asking for Permissions

Lecture 432 User Profiling

Lecture 433 Form vs. Function

Lecture 434 Consistency

Lecture 435 Simplicity

Lecture 436 Don’t Make Me Think

Lecture 437 Onboarding

Lecture 438 Idiot Boxes

Lecture 439 Further Reading on User Experience Design

Lecture 440 Android vs. iOS Design

Lecture 441 Navigation

Lecture 442 The Devil is in the Details

Lecture 443 Differences in Icon Design

Lecture 444 Flat Design vs. Material Design

Lecture 445 Differences in Establishing Visual Hierarchy

Lecture 446 iOS and Android Design Guidelines

Lecture 447 Step1 – Design Patterns and Colour Palettes

Lecture 448 Where to Find Design Patterns and Colour Palettes

Lecture 449 Step 2 – How to Create a User Flow Diagram

Lecture 450 Step 3 – How to Create Wireframes

Lecture 451 Wireframing Resources

Lecture 452 Step 4 – How to Create Professional Mockups

Lecture 453 Tools for Creating Mockups

Lecture 454 How to Use Sketch to Create Mockups

Lecture 455 [Optional] Watch me Create a Mock up Using Sketch

Lecture 456 How to Use Canva to Create Mockups

Lecture 457 Your Turn to Create Your Own Mockups

Lecture 458 Tools and Resources for Creating Mockups

Lecture 459 Step 5 – How to Create an Animated App Prototype

Lecture 460 Tools and Resources for Creating Prototypes

Lecture 461 Prototyping with Keynote

Lecture 462 Prototyping with Marvel

Lecture 463 Your Turn to Create a Prototype

Lecture 464 Where to Find Free-For-Commercial-Use Image Assets

Lecture 465 Where to Find Free-For-Commercial-Use Icons

Lecture 466 How to Keep Designing and Improving

Lecture 467 Tip from Angela – Step Up to Challenges

Section 34: Optional: The Complete App Marketing Course

Lecture 468 The Importance of App Marketing

Lecture 469 The Fallacy of Build it and They Will Come

Lecture 470 The Importance of Idea Validation

Lecture 471 1. The Simplest Way of Validating Your Idea – The Starbucks Method

Lecture 472 2. Using Google Trends to Estimate the Size of Your Market

Lecture 473 3. The Landing Page Validation Method

Lecture 474 How to Create a Landing Page Website in Less than an Hour

Lecture 475 4. Creating a Minimum Viable Product

Lecture 476 5. Using Crowd-funding to Validate and Fund Your Idea

Lecture 477 How to Monetise Your App on iOS vs. Android

Lecture 478 When You Should Create a Paid App

Lecture 479 When to use In-App Advertisements

Lecture 480 How You Thought About These Alternative Monetisation Models?

Lecture 481 How to Get an App icon Designed without Breaking the Bank

Lecture 482 Split Testing for Super Success

Lecture 483 What Makes a Good App Icon?

Lecture 484 The Dos and Don’ts of Making App Screenshots

Lecture 485 Tools for Building Screenshots

Lecture 486 Your First 1000 Customers

Lecture 487 Building an Email List

Lecture 488 The All Important Landing Page

Lecture 489 Blogging Your Way to Success

Lecture 490 Content Marketing for App Downloads

Lecture 491 How to Successfully Launch on Product Hunt

Lecture 492 How to Launch on Beta List

Lecture 493 How to Launch on Hacker News

Lecture 494 If At First You Don’t Succeed…

Lecture 495 Cross Promotion

Lecture 496 Social Referrals and Social Queuing

Lecture 497 How to Make Social Media Work for You

Lecture 498 Do I Need a PR Agency?

Lecture 499 Not All Press is Created Equal

Lecture 500 How to Craft Your Story

Lecture 501 How to Craft Your Pitch

Lecture 502 How to Figure Out Which Journalists to Pitch

Lecture 503 How to Find Anyone’s Email Address

Lecture 504 How to Pitch a Journalist

Lecture 505 Just-Add-Water Journalist Pitch Email

Lecture 506 Establishing a Relationship with a Journalist

Lecture 507 What if You Still Can’t Get Anyone to Write About You?

Lecture 508 Final Tips on Getting Press

Lecture 509 How to Get Featured on the App Store?

Lecture 510 “Only on the App Store”

Lecture 511 Work with the Corporate Mindset

Lecture 512 Native vs. Cross-Platform Apps

Lecture 513 Tips and Tricks for Getting Featured

Lecture 514 What is App Store Optimisation (ASO)?

Lecture 515 Top Tips to Optimise Your App Store Listing

Lecture 516 My Complete ASO Workflow

Lecture 517 Using Apple Search Ads as a Research Tool

Lecture 518 Early vs. Late Game Strategies

Lecture 519 Differences Between Google Play and Apple App Store

Lecture 520 When to use Paid Advertising or App Marketing

Lecture 521 Always Test Before You Advertise

Lecture 522 Which Platform to Advertise On?

Lecture 523 How Much Does it Cost?

Lecture 524 How to Setup Your Facebook Ad

Lecture 525 Use Your Competitors’ Ad Budget

Lecture 526 Where Can I Find More Customers?

Lecture 527 One Weird Trick to Get More Money from Apple

Lecture 528 How to Get More 5 Star Ratings and Reviews

Lecture 529 Use This Free Tools to Monitor Your App Reviews

Lecture 530 How to use App Analytics to Increase User Retention

Lecture 531 White Hat Techniques

Lecture 532 Black Hat Techniques

Lecture 533 A 5 Second Way of Building a Web Page for Your iOS App

Lecture 534 How to Use Bootstrap to Build Your App Showcase Website

Lecture 535 It’s Time to Work Out Your Marketing Strategy

Lecture 536 Tip from Angela – Decision Fatigue

Section 35: Ask Angela Anything

Lecture 537 AAA 1 – How to Soak in Programming Concepts & much more

Lecture 538 AAA 2 – Schedule for Learning to Code & much more

Lecture 539 AAA 3 – How to Start Freelancing & much more

Lecture 540 AAA 4 – The Live AMA

Section 36: Optional Module: How to Make an App from Beginning to End

Lecture 541 How to Make an App From Beginning to End

Lecture 542 Bonus Lecture: Check out my other courses

If you are an absolute beginner to coding, then take this course.,If you are a seasoned programmer, then take this course to to get up to speed quickly with Swift 5.1 and native app development. Start with the Xcode walkthrough lesson and we’ll get you familiar with iOS development in no time!,If you are switching from Objective-C to Swift then this is a fast-track way of doing it. You can get started straight away with the Intermediate Swift Language module.,If you are a pro iOS developer and want to quickly get up to date with Apple’s latest technology, then start with the modules on SwiftUI, ARKit and CoreML.

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