IOS Apprentice

IOS Apprentice
IOS Apprentice

IOS Apprentice Ray Wenderlich Book Details

Title: IOS Apprentice
Author: Joey deVilla, Eli Ganim & Matthijs Hollemans
Publisher: Ray Wenderlich
Language: English
Subject: Swift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 1600
Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code

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1, iOS App Distribution
2, Swift Apprentice
3, Ios Apprentice
4, Tvos Apprentice
5, WatchOs By Tutorials
6, Core Data By Tutorials
7, Ios Animations By Tutorials
8, 2D Apple Games By Tutorials
9, 3D Apple Games By Tutorials
10, Design Patterns by Tutorials
11, UIkit Apprentice

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Introduction IOS Apprentice Books

Hello there, and welcome to iOS Apprentice: Beginning iOS Development with Swift, Eighth Edition, the swiftest way — if you’ll pardon the pun — to iOS development mastery!

With this IOS Apprentice book as your guide, you’ll learn how to make your own iPhone and iPad apps using Apple’s Swift programming language, the Xcode 11 integrated development environment and the UIKit and SwiftUI user interface frameworks.

You’ll learn by doing, and you’ll do so through building six interesting iOS apps. In the process, you’ll discover how to use programming to harness features built into iOS and iOS devices and combine them into apps.

but fun iPhone game named Bullseye that will teach you the basics of iPhone programming. Each of the app that follow will introduce you to new programming techniques and iOS features, building upon what you’ve learned.

Taken together, the six apps that you’ll build will give you a solid foundation of knowledge — enough to make your own apps. By the end of the book, you’ll be experienced enough to turn your ideas into real apps that you can put on the App Store!

If you’ve never programmed before or you’re new to iOS, don’t worry. You should be able to follow along with the step-by-step instructions and understand how to make these apps. Each chapter has a ton of illustrations to keep you from getting lost. Not everything will make sense right away, but hang in there and all will become clear in time.

Writing your own iOS apps is a lot of fun, but it’s also hard work. If you have the imagination and perseverance, there’s no limit to what you can make your apps do. It’s my sincere belief that this book can turn you from a complete newbie into an accomplished iOS developer, but you do have to put in the time and effort. By writing this book, Eli and I have done our parts. The rest is up to you…

About this IOS Apprentice book

iOS Apprentice will help you become an excellent iOS developer, but only if you let it. Here are some tips that will help you get the most out of this book.

Learn through repetition

You’re going to make several apps in this book. Even though the apps are quite simple, you may find the instructions hard to follow at first — especially if you’ve never done any computer programming before. You’ll be facing a lot of new concepts.

It’s okay if you don’t understand every last detail right away, as long as you get the general idea. As you proceed through the IOS Apprentice book, you’ll go over many of those concepts again and again until they solidify in your mind.

Follow the instructions yourself

It’s important that you not just read the instructions, but also actually follow them. Open Xcode, type in the source code fragments and run the app in the simulator as instructed. This helps you to see how the app develops, step by step

Even better, play around with the code and with the Xcode settings. Feel free to modify any part of the app and see what the results are. Make a small change to the code and see how it affects how the app runs. Experiment and learn! Don’t worry about breaking stuff — that’s half the fun. You can always find your way back to the beginning. You might even learn something from simply breaking the code and learning how to fix it.

If you try everything but are still stuck, drop by the forums for this book at The team behind this book monitors the forum and will be happy to answer any questions related to the book and issues you might have run into.

Is this IOS Apprentice book right for you?

Whether you’re completely new to programming or you come from a different programming background and want to learn iOS development, this book is for you!

If you’re a complete beginner, don’t worry — this book doesn’t assume you know anything about programming or making apps. Of course, if you do have programming experience, that will help. Swift is a relatively new programming language but, in many ways, it’s similar to other popular languages such as Python, C# or JavaScript.

If you’ve tried iOS development before with the old language, Objective-C, its low- level nature and strange syntax may have put you off. I have good news for you: Now that we have a modern language in Swift, iOS development has become a lot easier to pick up.

This IOS Apprentice book can’t teach you all the ins and outs of iOS development. The iOS SDK is huge and grows with each new release, so there’s no way we can cover everything. Fortunately, we don’t need to. You just need to master the essential building blocks of Swift and the iOS SDK. Once you understand these fundamentals, you can easily figure out how the other parts of the SDK work and learn the rest on your own terms.

The most important thing I’ll teach you is how to think like a programmer. That will help you approach any programming task, whether it’s a game, a utility, a mobile app that connects to web services or anything else you can imagine.

As a programmer, you’ll often have to think your way through difficult computational problems and find creative solutions. By methodically analyzing these problems, you’ll be able to solve them, no matter how complex. Once you possess this valuable skill, you can program anything!