UIKit Apprentice Ray Wenderlich Book Details
Title: UIKit Apprentice
Author: Fahim Farook & Matthijs Hollemans
Publisher: Ray Wenderlich
Subject: Swift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 2074
Format: EPUB, Source code
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Introduction Uikit Apprentice Books
About this book
The UIKit Apprentice will help you focus on developing applications for iOS using Apple’s UIKit framework. There
are other ways to develop iOS user interfaces (UI) too — such as using SwiftUI. If you are interested in that approach, you can take a look at our other book, SwiftUI Apprentice.
This book 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 UIKit Apprentice book. Even though the apps will start out quite simple, you may find the instructions hard to follow at first — especially if you’ve never done any computer programming before — because I will introduce a lot of new concepts.
It’s OK if you don’t understand everything right away, as long as you get the general idea. As you proceed through the book, you’ll go over many of these concepts again and again until they solidify in your mind.
Follow the instructions yourself
It is 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 gets built 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 the entire app. Experiment and learn! Don’t worry about breaking stuff — that’s half the fun. You can always find your way back to the beginning. But better still, you might even learn something from simply breaking the code and learning how to fix it.
If you try everything but are still stuck, the forums for this book are at forums.raywenderlich.com, so drop by. I’m around most of the time and will be happy to answer any questions related to the UIKit Apprentice book and any issues you might have run into.
Don’t panic — bugs happen!
You will run into problems, guaranteed. Your programs will have strange bugs that will leave you stumped. Trust me, I’ve been programming for 30 years and that still happens to me, too. We’re only humans and our brains have a limited capacity to deal with complex programming problems. In this book, I will give you tools for your mental toolbox that will allow you to find your way out of any hole you have dug for yourself.
Who this UIKit Apprentice book is for
This book is great whether you are completely new to programming or if you come from a different programming background and are looking to learn iOS development.
If you’ve tried iOS development before with the old language, Objective-C, then its low-level nature and strange syntax may have put you off. Well, there’s good news: Now that we have a modern language in Swift, iOS development has become a lot easier to pick up.
It is not my aim, with this UIKit Apprentice book, to teach you all the ins and outs of iOS development. The iOS SDK is huge and there is 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 uses web service 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 will be able to solve them, no matter how complex. Once you possess this valuable skill, you can program anything!
iOS 14 and later only
The code in this UIKit Apprentice book is aimed exclusively at iOS version 14 and later. Each new release of iOS is such a big departure from the previous one that it just doesn’t make sense anymore to keep developing for older devices and
iOS versions. Things move fast in the world of mobile computing!
The majority of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users are pretty quick to upgrade to the latest version of iOS anyway, so you don’t need to be too worried that you’re leaving potential users behind.
Owners of older devices may be stuck with older iOS versions, but this is only a tiny portion of the market. The cost of supporting these older iOS versions for your apps is usually greater than the handful of extra customers it brings you.
It’s ultimately up to you to decide whether it’s worth making your app available to users with older devices, but my recommendation is that you focus your efforts where they matter most. Apple, as a company, relentlessly looks towards the future — if you want to play in Apple’s backyard, it’s wise to follow its lead. So back to the future it is!