Learn to Code Swift 5 with Apple’s Xcode 13 & Get Ready for Building iOS 15 Apps in 2021

What you will learn

Swift 5 Fundamentals

Basics of programming

How to install Xcode

How to write Swift code in Playgrounds

Description
  • This course will teach you how to write code in Swift programming language.
  • You don’t need to have any prior programming experience. We will start from the very beginning and teach you the basic concepts of programming.
  • This course has lots of code examples.
  • There are quizzes associated with the lessons. By taking the quizzes, you will have a clear conception about the lessons.

Programming is a never-ending skill that you need to develop. You can learn programming at any age. You just need to focus on learning and then keep practicing what you learn. Your age or existing skill level doesn’t matter. With practice, you can be a good programmer.

This course is for complete beginners to programming. We will start by guiding you through the steps necessary to write your first line of Swift code. To write Swift code, we need Xcode. So we will show you how to install Xcode. Then you will be introduced to concepts like variables, constants, data types, operators, conditionals, loops, functions, arrays, dictionaries, optionals, structs and more. All the code in the course works inside of Xcode’s easy-to-use playgrounds.

Swift was developed by Apple and was first introduced at Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference. Swift is primarily used for building apps on Apple platforms. It’s the native language to build apps for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch. Swift version 2.2 was made open-source in December 2015.

If you want to build native apps for Apple platforms, then Swift is the language you would use. Swift is also being used for building server side applications. Swift is easy to learn and friendly to new programmers. It’s a safe, fast, and interactive programming language.

English

Language

Content

Getting started

Introduction

Swift Programming Language

Installing Xcode

Xcode Playground

Hello, Swift!

Syntax Errors in Swift

Syntax Errors

Variables and Constants

Playground as a Calculator

Variables

Types of Data

Operations between different Types

Type Inference

Type Inference

Explicit Type Annotations

Changing a Variable’s Value

Changing a Variable’s Value

Constants

Variables & Constants

Naming Variables & Constants

Naming Variables & Constants

Data Types in Swift

What is Data Type?

Numeric Types

Strings

Booleans

Data Types

Comments

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Operators

Introduction to Operators

Arithmetic Operators

Assignment Operators

Assignment Operators

Comparison Operators

Comparison Operators

Logical Operators

Logical Operators

Making Decisions

The if statement

The else clause

The else if statement

Conditions using logical operators

Repeating Tasks

The while loop

The break statement

The continue statement

Functions

What is a function?

Function parameters

Function with multiple parameters

Return values of a function

Optionals

What are optionals?

The optional type

Unwrapping optionals

Optional binding

Collections

What is an array?

Accessing array elements

Modifying arrays

Iterating through an array

Dictionaries

Creating Your Own Types

Structs

Creating instance of a struct

Adding methods to structs