Learning Swift 3rd Ed (O'Reilly)
Monday, 07 May 2018

This guide to programming with Swift, the open source programming language developed by Apple is aimed at programmers with little or no knowledge of Apple development. Authors Tim Nugent, Jonathon Manning and Dr Paris Buttfield-Addison show how to code with the latest version of Swift by developing a working iOS app from start to finish. The book starts from Swift programming basics, including how to work with Xcode and its built-in Interface Builder, and works through to building and customizing a basic app for taking, editing, and deleting selfies, and tuning and testing the app for performance and manage its presence in the App Store.

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Author: Dr Paris Buttfield-Addison, Tim Nugent and Jonathon Manning
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: Apr 2018
Pages: 378
ISBN: 978-1491987575
Print: 149198757X
Kindle: B07BR8YYDK
Audience: Developers wanting to learn Swift
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

 

 

  • Swift 4 basics: Learn Swift’s basic building blocks and the features of object-oriented development
  • Building the Selfiegram app: Build model objects and the UI for your selfie app and add location support, user settings, and notifications
  • Polishing Selfiegram: Create a theme and support for sharing and add custom views, image overlays, and localization
  • Beyond app development: Debug and performance test with Xcode, automate chores with Fastlane, and user-test the app with TestFlight.

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Pages: 258
ISBN: 978-0596809485
Print: 0596809484
Kindle: B0039OVIAK
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Pages: 472
ISBN: 978-1617292736
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