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76% of all App Store revenue is generated by in-app purchasing. Learn how to implement in-app purchases of premium content, virtual goods, and subscriptions in your own iOS apps with Swift 2.
Learn how to use SpriteKit, the graphics engine built into Xcode, and Swift, Apple's proprietary programming language, to build complete, full-featured iOS games.
Learn how to connect your apps to the cloud by developing for the iCloud API with iOS. Find out how to send data, retrieve files, and work with CloudKit databases.
Learn how to use the GameplayKit framework to add randomization, reusable entities, artificial intelligence, pathfinding, rules, and more to iOS 9 games.
Learn about one of the most popular iOS design patterns: model-view-controller (MVC). Find out how to implement models, views, and controllers and how to save and update data.
Get a quick introduction to Text Kit, the Apple API for formatting and managing text in iOS 9 applications.
Get your app accepted in Apple's App Store. Learn how to prepare an iOS application for submission and distribution.
Learn how to extend the power and usability of the apps you develop for iOS with iOS 9 app extensions.
Create a complete note-taking app from scratch with Xcode and Swift. Watch Windows and Android companion courses to compare the app development workflows.
Find the best methods of passing data from one class to another in your iOS and OS X apps by using delegation, Notification Center, or key-value observation.
Learn how to build iOS apps with real-time sound processing toolkits.
Learn how to create lightweight, data-driven apps for iOS with SQLite and the iOS SDK.
Take your existing iOS development skills to a whole new level. Learn to design apps and extensions for the Apple Watch using WatchKit.
Explore the "Internet of Things." Discover how to program "things" such as wearable tech, appliance sensors, and programmable hardware, and how to connect to and control these devices with iOS apps and services.
Learn how to build a complete iOS 8 app from scratch with the iOS SDK and Xcode, in this project-based course.
Learn how to develop iOS and Android apps with your existing HTML skills, Dreamweaver CC, and PhoneGap.
Learn how to add in-app purchases to your iOS applications and earn more revenue from apps.
Learn how to build a complete mobile app from scratch with the iOS SDK and Xcode in this project-based course.
Bring your iOS development skills—and your applications—up to speed with the new options in the iOS 7 SDK, including a new version of Xcode.
Create more powerful and interactive apps by harnessing the power of system resources in your iOS projects.
Build a note-taking app that leverages the storage and remote data access capabilities of iCloud.
Bring your existing iOS development skills—and your own applications—up to speed with the new options in iOS 6 SDK.
Teaches you how to build a data-driven app for iOS devices, integrating XML data and a streamlined interface.
Introduces the concepts behind Core Data, the object persistence framework used to manipulate and store data in iOS and OS X applications.
Shows iOS developers how to add location awareness and maps to iPhone and iPad applications.
Develop HTML5 applications for the two mobile operating systems supported in Dreamweaver, iOS and Android, and generate a native app for each OS.
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