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Beginners Guide to Programming iOS 14 Using SwiftUI and Xcode


Beginners Guide to Programming iOS 14 Using SwiftUI and Xcode
Beginners Guide to Programming iOS 14 Using SwiftUI and Xcode



Book Details 
             TitleBeginners Guide to Programming iOS 14 Using SwiftUI and Xcode
         Author: Dennis Howard
    Language: English
        SubjectSwift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 125
         Format: PDF

Beginners Guide to Programming iOS 14

Using SwiftUI and Xcode

A Simple Step by Step Guide to Everything You need to know about Coding iOS 14 on Swift 5.2 


CHAPTER ONE

THE ART OF PROGRAMMING

SWIFT

The new Apple language, called Swift, was new until 2014 when Apple annou-nced the Swift programming language as the recognized language of instruction for programming apps that will run on iOS, tvOS, iPadOS, macOS and watchOS devices. In times past, Apple relied on the Objective C programming language for creating responsive applications that work across its entire platform. Now, in 2020, the SwiftUI has replaced the Objective C programming language comp-letely, while developers are now equipping themselves with the knowledge of Swift. For most device users, getting to understand how each button on their device is performing its function is a rocket science. SwiftUI decodes what every button on your phone is working for and how device users input texts on their devices.


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For most app developers, creating an app that works is the process of writing Swift codes to control SwiftUI. Swift is like an instruction that says “I want an image at this point, a button here and a text field there” while the actual part of the entire framework that will be used to; create the button where it should be on the app, put an image in the right place and create a text field at the appropriate place is the SwiftUI. To cut the long story short, Swift is the right programming language of choice for building apps for iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, iPad, Apple TV and a lot of Apple devices. This year, Apple announced the iOS 14 as the latest operating system; hence most part of this guide will make reference to the Apple latest operating system.

In this guide, you will learn how to build applications that will work on the latest Apple operating system using the SwifTUI, Swift 5.3 programming language (which is the updated Swift programming language in 2020) and the XCode 12 (latest Xcode). But before then, it will be in our best interest to learn the basis of the Swift 5.3 programming language. This is because most developers are familiar with the Swift 4.2 programming language, and the Swift 5.3 is an improvement over the 4.2, and also contains some latest

information which is essential for developing Apple based applications. 


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