With over 2 million available iOS apps, it's important to make your app stand out with the latest development tools. Understand how to use the newest features in iOS, design patterns, notifications, and SiriKit to advance your iOS app!
iOS Development: Architecture with Károly Nyisztor
Explore the fundamental concepts behind iOS application architecture and design best practices.
2h • COURSE
iOS Development: Security with Károly Nyisztor
Learn about building secure iOS apps. Discover how to safeguard your apps from current and future threats using the keychain, biometrics, asymmetric cryptography, and more.
2h 6m • COURSE
iOS App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture with Jon Bott
Learn different mobile design patterns and architectural models to simplify iOS app development and build more scalable, maintainable enterprise applications.
1h 52m • COURSE
iOS and watchOS App Development: Notifications with Steven Lipton
Learn how to use the iOS 12 and watchOS UserNotifications framework to develop local and remote notifications and create your own custom interfaces.
3h 45m • COURSE
Shared Economy for iOS Development with Bear Cahill
Learn how to build a shared ecommerce iOS app that allows users to make accounts, create orders, get updates, and track orders via real-time location changes.
1h 59m • COURSE
You'll learn iOS app development skills with these experts
Károly Nyisztor is a veteran mobile developer and instructor.
Károly has built several successful iOS apps and games—most of which were featured by Apple—and is the founder at LEAKKA, a software development and tech consulting company. He's worked with companies such as Apple, Siemens, SAP, and Zen Studios.
Currently, he spends most of his days as a professional software engineer and IT architect. In addition, he teaches object-oriented software design, iOS, Swift, Objective-C, and UML. As an instructor, his aim is to share his 20+ years of software development expertise, and change the lives of students throughout the world. He's passionate about helping people reveal hidden talents, and guide them into the world of startups and programming.
Jon Bott is a senior iOS developer at Ancestry.com and a training consultant.
Jon has a large range of experience, from front-end development (iOS, Android, and web) to back-end programming, both in large-scale commercial apps and educational apps. Jon is an aspiring photographer and has also worked with media creation (video and audio), as well as developed on platforms for streaming and consuming that media.
Steve Lipton is the VP of special projects at Scientific Device Laboratory and a developer and teacher.
Steve has also been a tech support person, technical writer, and health inspector. He takes passion, knowledge, and creativity and turns them into designs and innovations that people love and buy. He makes cool stuff. Be it a medical device, book, or iOS app, Steve wants people all over the world to look at what he makes and find wonder and joy in using his creations. Check out his development work, books, and educational materials at MakeAppPie.com, or tune in to his podcast, A Slice of App Pie.
Bear Cahill is a freelance mobile application developer who has worked on over 100 iOS and Android apps.
In 2008, Bear founded Brainwash Inc., a mobile app development company in Dallas, Texas. Brainwash has developed apps using a variety of technologies, including Core Data, MapKit, StoreKit, Core Location, and other frameworks for email, address book access, audio recording and playback, iPod access, SMS functionality, and more. The company also provides server-side development (Linux-based Ruby on Rails and MySQL). Clients include Escort/Cobra Radar, ATV Escape, Mobiata, AppCubby, AppNoose, Trey Weir Media, IRCO, Ramquest, Semaphore Mobile, and more.
Bear is also a published author and experienced iOS instructor. Manning Publications Co. published his book iOS in Practice in 2012. He has taught courses for Accelerate and LinkedIn Learning, and has spoken about iOS development at conferences and to outlets such as the Dallas Morning News and CBS MoneyWatch.