- Installing Xcode
- Creating an Xcode project
- Configuring the iOS Simulator
- Understanding variables
- Connecting visual objects to variables
- Understanding methods
- Connecting a button to a method
- Using conditional statements
- Setting up the user interface (UI)
- Building a complete iOS app
Skill Level Beginner
- [Todd] Hi, I'm Todd Perkins. Welcome to this course on Programming for Non-Programmers, using Swift 3 and iOS 10. I created this course because I firmly believe these two ideas, first, that anyone can learn programming, and second, that programming actually is easier than most people think. This course is designed to give you a brief intro into how programming works and to prove to you that you can create an iOS app in a few hours, even with no prior programming experience.
We'll start with the basics, discussing how programming works and where to find the tools to create an iOS app. From there we'll talk about programming building blocks, like variables, methods and conditional statements. Then, we'll put every concept shown in this course into action to create a calculator app. My goal in this course is that every line of code we write in the beginning will apply to the app that we create in the end, so you can see real-world examples of every concept taught in the course.
So let's start programming.
1. Set Up Your Coding Environment
Create an Xcode project4m 19s
2. Programming Building Blocks: Variables
3. Programming Building Blocks: Methods
4. Programming Building Blocks: Conditional Statements
5. Plan and Prepare the App
6. Build a Full Application
Next steps3m 11s
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