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Explore solutions to common Swift programming challenges, and then compare the results with other programming languages in the Code Clinic series.
Take your existing iOS development skills to a whole new level. Learn to design apps and extensions for the Apple Watch using WatchKit.
Gain a deeper understanding of how computer programs store and manipulate data internally.
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.
Take existing code and make it better—more readable, efficient, understandable, and updateable—with refactoring.
Bring your existing iOS development skills—and your own applications—up to speed with the new options in iOS 6 SDK.
Introduces the concepts behind Core Data, the object persistence framework used to manipulate and store data in iOS and OS X applications.
Introduces object-oriented terms like abstraction and inheritance and shows how to define requirements and use cases and create a conceptual model of your application.
Edit and customize web sites created with the SharePoint 2010 platform.
Use SharePoint Designer to create rich, highly visual web pages in SharePoint that connect, read, and even update information stored externally.
Highlights the new tools and user interface enhancements Microsoft includes in the 2010 version of SharePoint Server.
Explores using SharePoint Designer 2007 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint web sites.
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