Descrição do Curso

You want to build iOS applications for the iPhone and iPad, but where do you start? Forget sifting through tutorials and blog posts; this is a direct route into iOS development, taking you through the basics and showing you how to put the principles into practice. The goal of this tutorial is to help you become a professional developer by unleashing the full potential of iOS 11 to build applications. This tutorial will cover the essentials of the Swift language, building flexible iOS user interfaces working on multiple devices, looking into how software patterns such as Target-Action and Model-View-Controller are implemented in iOS 11, and focusing on specific issues to make you proficient at tasks more rapidly.

About the Author

Michael J Huber Jr is a Networking Engineer with long experience developing both on the backend and mobile sides. He likes to work in an agile environment with visibility on the entire software life-cycle. He tries always to do his best to share knowledge across the team he works with.

A contributor to the Vapor web framework, he gave a talk with SLC Cocoahead on Server-side Swift with Vapor and on setting up, installing, and using Vapor's web framework to create an API in Swift and then use that API in an iOS app, deploying the App to a Linux server, and using a MySQL database to store and read data.

He worked with US Vision as a Network Engineer and Network Technician, and the University of Pennsylvania as a hardware/software analyst.

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Packt Publishing
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Detalhes do Curso
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Packt Publishing
Rítmo flexível
Iniciante
5 horas
Descrição do Curso

You want to build iOS applications for the iPhone and iPad, but where do you start? Forget sifting through tutorials and blog posts; this is a direct route into iOS development, taking you through the basics and showing you how to put the principles into practice. The goal of this tutorial is to help you become a professional developer by unleashing the full potential of iOS 11 to build applications. This tutorial will cover the essentials of the Swift language, building flexible iOS user interfaces working on multiple devices, looking into how software patterns such as Target-Action and Model-View-Controller are implemented in iOS 11, and focusing on specific issues to make you proficient at tasks more rapidly.

About the Author

Michael J Huber Jr is a Networking Engineer with long experience developing both on the backend and mobile sides. He likes to work in an agile environment with visibility on the entire software life-cycle. He tries always to do his best to share knowledge across the team he works with.

A contributor to the Vapor web framework, he gave a talk with SLC Cocoahead on Server-side Swift with Vapor and on setting up, installing, and using Vapor's web framework to create an API in Swift and then use that API in an iOS app, deploying the App to a Linux server, and using a MySQL database to store and read data.

He worked with US Vision as a Network Engineer and Network Technician, and the University of Pennsylvania as a hardware/software analyst.