Get Up To Speed With iOS 10 with Udemy
Written by Lucy Black   
Thursday, 22 September 2016

iPhone 7 is now available bring with it iOS 10, so if you haven't already done so, learning it is a must. Udemy has three courses that will help you whether you're just starting on your freelance journey or you're a seasoned app developer.

Each has a slightly different focus, so you'll need to choose the one that works best for you and the work you do. The links below each include a special offer for I Programmer readers. 

iOS 10 & Swift 3: From Beginner to Paid Professional

Taught by Mark Price, who has himself built over 57 mobile apps for iOS and Android, this course has a focus on teaching you the practical skills you need to impress your clients and make great applications. Drawing on his experience in tech consulting and app development, he’s structured the course so that it centers around the skills he knows you need, and the ones that will get you hired.

The course has over 70 hours of video and you are advised to watch them in sequential order. This is because as the course progresses you'll be building real world apps while learning industry best practices.

The 93 lessons are arranged into six sections:

Section 1: Getting Started With iOS 10 & Swift 3

Section 2: Learn to code with Swift 3

Section 3: Version Control With Git & Github

Section 4: Foundational iOS

Section 5: Data Persistence & Core Data

Section 6: Working With REST & Web Requests on iOS 10 & Swift 3

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 The Complete iOS 10 Developer - Create Real Apps in Swift 3

100% discount Normally $200 FREE with this limited offer

This course is aimed at complete beginners and those with little experience and comes from who Grant Klimaytys who says in his bio:

I started out as NOT A PROGRAMMER. Hard to believe when I tell you that I've worked on dozens of the most popular apps out there right? The fact that I didn't start out as a programmer means that I actually remember what it's like to be a beginner.

His course, which sets out to teach you iOS 10 and Swift 3 and how to become an app entrepreneur includes $1200 of AWS service, tvOS and Sketch training. You’ll create six real apps, while getting an in-depth and detailed explanation of “beginner” concepts, making it suitable for  actual beginners, or those looking to refresh their skills while learning the new software. It has 44 hours of video in 239 lectures spread over 10 sections.

Section 1: Introduction

Section 2: Setup

Section 3: Basic Swift 3

Section 4: Your First iOS 10 App - An Astronomy Screen Torch!

Section 5: App 2 - Temperature Converter

Section 6: App 3 - Calculator

Section 7: App 4 - Back to the Future

Section 8: App 5 - Where was I? - GPS and Maps

Section 9: Great App Design

Section 10: App 6 - Quick Share (Photos)

 

The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course - Build 21 Apps

Rob Percival, a tearcher turned web developer is one of Udemy’s highest rated instructors for paid courses, so you can be confident you’re in good hands with his course. His learn-by-doing strategy, using Xcode 8 and Swift 3 focuses on real-world apps that are popular right now. The course includes free web hosting and you'll get marketing tips as well. There's a mix of video (30 hours) and articles in its 92 lectures and by the end of it you'll have built over 20 apps for iPhone and iPad.  Its five sections are:

Section 1: Introduction & Getting Started

Section 2: Getting Started with Xcode 8 and Swift 3

Section 3: Swift 3 Deep Dive (Using Playgrounds)

Section 4: Advanced iOS Features: Timers, Tables, Permanent Storage & Web Content

Section 5:  Advanced iOS Features II: Animation, Games, Maps & Geolocation, Audio

So there's plenty of opportunity to get started building apps for iPhone 7 in iOS 10 and to join the ranks of successful Apple app developers.  

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