Udemy iOS 12 & Swift – The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp [2018, ENG]

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Udemy – iOS 12 & Swift – The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp

Udemy – iOS 12 & Swift – The Complete iOS App Development Bootcamp

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Udemy iOS 12 and Swift 4 for Beginners: 200+ Hands-On Tutorials

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Jonathan Swift: His Life and His World


Jonathan Swift: His Life and His World
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Server Side Swift with Vapor, 2nd Edition by Tim Condon+

Server Side Swift with Vapor, 2nd Edition by Tim Condon, Tanner Nelson, Jonas Schwartz, Logan Wright
Requirements: .PDF reader, 30,7 MB
Overview: Server Side Swift with Vapor introduces you to the world of server development with the added bonus of using Swift. You’ll learn how to build APIs, web sites, databases, application servers and use Vapor’s very own Vapor Cloud to host your solutions off-site. You’ll use many of Vapor’s modules such as Fluent, Vapor’s ORM, and Leaf, the templating engine for building web pages.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Program the Internet of Things with Swift for iOS by Ahmed Bakir

Program the Internet of Things with Swift for iOS by Ahmed Bakir
Requirements: .PDF reader, 17,4 MB
Overview: With this book, you will learn how to build apps and hardware for the Internet of Things, using Apple’s native APIs and industry standard protocols like Bluetooth and HTTPS. You’ll start out learning how to access the sensors on the iPhone, move on to building your own accessories using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi, and wrap things up by combining your projects into fully operational Internet of Things systems (who doesn’t want their own personal Apple TV dashboard?) Fully updated for iOS 12 and Swift 4.2, this book is written with the latest coding standards for Swift and provides insight on how to optimize your IoT apps for the best user experience. Written more like a 1:1 lesson than a cookbook, this text guides you through the "how" and "why" of each topic, helping you gain a deeper understanding of the content and making it easier for you to debug your projects by yourself. If you were a fan of the first edition, you will find more to love in this edition, including easier-to-understand explanations and expanded coverage on building your hardware. Additionally, you will learn about new design considerations that have emerged as the Internet of Things has matured, including how to make your apps and hardware more resistant to hackers.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Hands-On Design Patterns with Swift by Florent Vilmart

Hands-On Design Patterns with Swift by Florent Vilmart, Giordano Scalzo, Sergio De Simone
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.9MB
Overview: Swift keeps gaining traction not only amongst Apple developers but also as a server-side language. This book demonstrates how to apply design patterns and best practices in real-life situations, whether that’s for new or already existing projects.
You’ll begin with a quick refresher on Swift, the compiler, the standard library, and the foundation, followed by the Cocoa design patterns – the ones at the core of many cocoa libraries – to follow up with the creational, structural, and behavioral patterns as defined by the GoF. You’ll get acquainted with application architecture, as well as the most popular architectural design patterns, such as MVC and MVVM, and learn to use them in the context of Swift. In addition, you’ll walk through dependency injection and functional reactive programming. Special emphasis will be given to techniques to handle concurrency, including callbacks, futures and promises, and reactive programming. These techniques will help you adopt a test-driven approach to your workflow in order to use Swift Package Manager and integrate the framework into the original code base, along with Unit and UI testing.
By the end of the book, you’ll be able to build applications that are scalable, faster, and easier to maintain.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Beginning iPhone Development with Swift 5 Ed by Wallace Wang

Beginning iPhone Development with Swift 5, 5th Edition by Wallace Wang
Requirements: .PDF reader, 21,4 MB
Overview: Learn how to integrate all the interface elements iOS users have come to know and love, such as buttons, switches, pickers, toolbars, and sliders. In this edition of the best selling book, you’ll also learn about touch gestures, table views, and collection views for displaying data on a user interface. Assuming little or no working knowledge of the Swift programming language, and written in a friendly, easy-to-follow style, this book offers a comprehensive course in iPhone and iPad programming. The book starts with a gentle introduction to using Xcode and then guides you though the creation of your first simple application. You’ll start with designing basic user interfaces and then explore more sophisticated ones that involve multiple screens such as navigation controllers, tab bars, tool bars, page views, and split views that are particularly useful on the larger screens of the iPad and certain iPhone models. And there’s much more! Beginning iPhone Development with Swift 5 covers the basic information you need to get up and running quickly to turn your great ideas into working iOS apps. Once you’re ready, move on to Pro iPhone Development with Swift 5 to learn more of the really unique aspects of iOS programming and the Swift language.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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iOS Development with Swift by Craig Grummit

iOS Development with Swift by Craig Grummit
Requirements: .PDF reader, 55,6 MB
Overview: iOS Development with Swift is a hands-on guide to creating iOS apps. It takes you through the experience of building an app-from idea to App Store. After setting up your dev environment, you’ll learn the basics by experimenting in Swift playgrounds. Then you’ll build a simple app layout, adding features like animations and UI widgets. Along the way, you’ll retrieve, format, and display data; interact with the camera and other device features; and touch on cloud and networking basics.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Classic Computer Science Problems in Swift by David Kopec

Classic Computer Science Problems in Swift by David Kopec
Requirements: .PDF reader, 10,2 MB
Overview: Classic Computer Science Problems in Swift deepens your Swift language skills by exploring foundational coding techniques and algorithms. As you work through examples in search, clustering, graphs, and more, you’ll remember important things you’ve forgotten and discover classic solutions to your "new" problems. You’ll appreciate author David Kopec’s amazing ability to connect the core disciplines of computer science to the real-world concerns of apps, data, performance, and even nailing your next job interview!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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iOS 11 & Swift 4 for Beginners by Fahim Farook

iOS 11 & Swift 4 for Beginners by Fahim Farook, Matt Galloway, Eli Ganim, Matthijs Hollemans, Ben Morrow, Cosmin Pupaza, Steven Van Impe
Requirements: .PDF reader, 41,7 MB
Overview: n this course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to make your own apps. By the end of the course, you’ll be experienced enough to turn your ideas into real apps that you can put on the App Store. Even if you’ve never programmed before or if you’re new to iOS, you should be able to follow along with the step-by-step tutorials and understand how each app is made. Our videos show and explain every step to prevent you from getting lost. Not everything will make sense right away, but hang in there and all will become clear in time. This special book corresponds to the first 16 sections of our course, and is available exclusively available for students enrolled in the course. It will serve as a handy reference as you’re working through the course, and has some additional details and exercises that you may find handy.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Swift Development with Cocoa by Jonathon Manning +

Swift Development with Cocoa: Developing for the Mac and iOS App Stores by Jonathon Manning, Paris Buttfield-Addison, Tim Nugent
Requirements: .PDF reader, 7.8 Mb
Overview: Ready to build apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac now that Swift has landed? If you’re an experienced programmer who’s never touched Apple developer tools, this hands-on book shows you how to use the Swift language to make incredible iOS and OS X apps, using Cocoa and Cocoa Touch.
Learn how to use Swift in a wide range of real-world situations, with Cocoa features such as Event Kit and Core Animation. You’ll pick up Swift language features and syntax along the way, and understand why using Swift (instead of Objective-C) makes iOS and Mac app development easier, faster, and safer. You’ll also work with several exercises to help you practice as you learn.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Create FULL INSTAGRAM Clone with Swift & Xcode. Be advance

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Hello Swift! by Tanmay Bakshi

Hello Swift!: iOS app programming for kids and other beginners by Tanmay Bakshi
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 12 MB
Overview: Hello Swift! is a how-to guide to programming iOS Apps with the Swift language, written from a kid’s perspective. This approachable, well-illustrated, step-by-step guide takes you from beginning programming concepts all the way through developing complete apps. (Adults will like it too!)
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
About the Technology
It’s fun to play games and explore new things on your iPhone. How amazing would it be to create your own apps? With a little practice, you can! Apple’s Swift language, along with special coding playgrounds and an easy-to-use programming environment, make it easier than ever. Take it from author Tanmay Bakshi, who started programming when he was just five years old.
About the Book
His book, Hello Swift! iOS app programming for kids and other beginners, teaches you how to write apps for iPhones and iOS devices step by step, starting with your first line of Swift code. Packed with dozens of apps and special exercises, the book will teach you how to program by writing games, solving puzzles, and exploring what your iPhone can do. Hello Swift! gets you started. Where you go next is up to you!
What’s inside
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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