iOS Programming Basics

  • Sean Liao


Creating mobile apps for both iOS and Android is fun and rewarding. With Xcode in place, you are ready to write code, build, and run iOS apps now. Objective-C had been the primary programming language for iOS apps until Swift was officially announced at the 2014 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. If you’re just starting to learn iOS programming, you should go with Swift because there is no reason to choose the old way and miss the latest and great features. Your next steps should be learning the fundamentals of the following:


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  • Sean Liao
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