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Want to build an iPhone or iPad app? Start here. Learn to create native apps for iOS 9 using Xcode and Swift 2, Apple's open-source programming language.
Start a career or a sideline building iOS apps. Learn about the tools, language choices, and high-level concepts behind iOS app development, and find the training to learn more.
Learn Swift 2. These tutorials take you through the basics of Swift, the fast, interactive codebase for programming iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS, and even Watch OS apps.
iOS app development is easier than you might think. Learn how to build a complete iOS 9 app with Xcode and Swift. No programming experience required!
Explore the major features of Xcode 7, the integrated development environment for developers of OS X, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS apps.
This course explains what you need to know to become proficient in programming with Swift, from concepts to hands-on coding. Learn to write first-class code and use Swift to develop apps for iPhone and iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
Find out what it takes to build a simple calculator app for the Apple Watch OS, in this start-to-finish, project-based training course.
A quick start guide to creating, coding, and publishing a simple iOS app with Xcode and Swift.
Simon Allardice explores the capabilities of Swift and Objective-C, showing how and when they intersect and demonstrating how to migrate existing Objective-C projects to Swift and work with both languages in the same project.
Not a programmer? No problem. Learn to build an iOS app from scratch with these fast-paced tutorials, and figure out if iOS app development is a path that's right for you.
Explore the exciting updates and new features in the iOS 8 SDK, including playgrounds, unified storyboards, app extensions, and the HealthKit and HomeKit frameworks.
Want to build an iPhone or iPad app? Start here. Learn to create native apps for iOS 8 using Xcode 6 and Swift, Apple's new programming language.
Quick and easy tips for troubleshooting your desktop or laptop Mac.
A review of iOS app development that helps non-programmers dive in quickly, understand the basics, and decide if they want to learn more. Learn about Xcode; variables, functions, and conditional statements; and interface design.
Learn how to build a real-world automation script with AppleScript.
Set up your own cloud services in any office, school, studio, or other small organization with Apple's affordable and easy-to-install OS X Server.
Help a beginner learn about the code, logic, and interface elements that lie behind iOS apps and games.
Learn how to build native applications for the iPhone and iPad using the iOS 7 SDK, Xcode 5, and Objective-C.
Get the tools you need, learn what an Objective-C program looks like, and get your first code up and running.
Explore the RESTful APIs of several popular cloud storage services, including Amazon S3 and Dropbox, and examples of what can be built with them.
Build desktop applications for the Mac OS X by exploring the many frameworks and essential design patterns in Cocoa.
Shows what servers are and why they're necessary, and how to set up Lion Server quickly.
Shows how to set up a brand-new system or migrate data to a new Snow Leopard server installation.
Breaks down the complicated subject of Leopard server and shows how to set up and configure each service.
Delves into the details of the software's services and configuration options.
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