How to Make an iOS App?


In Udacity’s iOS courses, you’ll bridge the gap between the physical and the virtual. You’ll learn to leverage common hardware features on iPhone and iPad, including the camera, microphone, GPS, gyroscope, and accelerometer to create engaging and interactive user experiences. Whether you want to build the app of your dreams or land a job as an iOS developer, you’ll be developing for platforms used by hundreds of millions of people every day.

Welcome to the world of iOS Development! This program will help you get started on your path to creating high-quality iOS apps.
Learn how to build advanced, modern iOS applications with polished user interfaces on top of industry-standard frameworks.

Intro to iOS App Development with Swift

PROJECT Make your first iPhone app
Intermediate
Take the first step in becoming an iOS Developer by learning about Swift and writing your first app.
This course focuses on the syntax of the Swift programming language. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to apply Swift essentials to building iOS apps.
Intermediate
Learn the iOS UIKit framework, which is the cornerstone of creating user interfaces in all iOS apps and crucial for any iOS Developer to be intimately familiar with.
Learn how to incorporate networking into your apps to access data from around the world. Build the On the Map app to share location and fun links with fellow students.
Persisting data is a core skill for any iOS developer. Learn how to store app data to your device’s hard drive using two common techniques: Core Data & NSKeyedArchiver.
Advanced
In this course, you’ll learn standard methodologies for debugging software, and how to use Xcode’s debugging tools to find and squash bugs.
Learn the process of building an app, taking your ideas from drawing board to App Store!
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