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iOS app development is actually simpler than you might think—even if you're not an experienced programmer. In this course, Todd Perkins bundles the most important concepts in iOS into a quick course, explaining the development process in a visual way that people of any background can understand. No programming experience required! At the end, you'll have a finished app and a basic understanding of Xcode, the toolset for developing iOS apps; building blocks like variables, functions, and conditional statements; and interface design. You can also figure out if an iOS learning path is right for you, without a lengthy time commitment.
If you find you'd like to learn more, see iOS App Development Essential Training, Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals, or any of the other programming courses in our library.
If you are a premium subscriber to Lynda. com, then you have access to the exercise files for this course. The exercise files are organized by chapters. Each chapter contains the appropriate exercise files or in some cases like in chapter 1, there are no exercise files. In that case, you'll see a file that's called 'There are no exercise files for this Chapter.' In the rest of the chapters, each chapter has its own sub folders for each movie. You'll see the name of the file you'll be working in on your screen for each movie.
Each folder has a final and start folder. I included the final versions of the files just in case you get lost. Finally, the file to open up is the Xcode project file that's deep within the Start or Final folder. So if you double-click that, the project will open up in Xcode, and your screen should look just like mine. If you don't have access to the exercise files, don't worry. We're going to be writing all of our code from scratch, and we're not using any other artwork created by another artist.
We're only using assets that are built into Xcode. So have confidence that you can follow along just as well.
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