This course assumes that you have previous iOS apps development experience. It also assumes that you are familiar with Swift programming language and that you can use the iOS Xcode IDE.
- [Instructor] This course assume you have previous iOS development experience. You should also be familiar with Swift programming language, which is the primary language we will be using for coding examples and challenges. Make sure you have familiarity with Xcode and Playgrounds. Some experience developing iOS apps is also useful because this course talks about concurrency and needs an intermediate level knowledge of Swift. We'll do four coding projects together. I will be using MacOS Mojave. The projects really helped to practice the concepts I introduce. Challenge yourself by trying to solve them and you'll get the most out of this course.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Evolution of GCD
2. Working with Queues
3. Asychronous vs. Synchronous Execution
4. Concurrency vs. Parallelism
What are deadlocks?1m 21s
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