Charlotte Henry and Jeff Butts join host Kelly Guimont to discuss updates to Apple’s Swift educational resources and new features in iOS 14.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Swift Playgrounds coming to macOS and what makes AirPods Pro so wonderful.
Released for iPad in 2016, Apple is bringing the Swift Playgrounds app to macOS as another platform on which to code.
We have a deal on the iOS 13 & Swift 5 Programming eBook, which is designed to be the ultimate beginner programming guide. Covering Swift programming basics, object-oriented programming, model view controller, iOS 13 development, and other frameworks, this book will have you build multiple apps on your own and publish it to the Apple App Store. It’s $9 through our deal.
We have a deal on the Complete iOS 13 and SwiftUI Developer Bundle, a package of tutorials and training material for developers. It includes the Complete iOS 13 Developer Course & SwiftUI, SwiftUI: Build Beautiful, Robust Apps, Swift 5 Programming for Beginners, and SwiftUI: Build Amazing Apps, Fast & Easy, with hundreds of lectures and 49 hours of content. This bundle is just $19 through our deal.
The iOS Security Suite is a brand new platform for developers. It helps them detect if their apps are running on a secure iOS device. What ISS detects:
Jailbreak (even the iOS 11+ with brand new indicators!)
If an app was run in emulator
Common reverse engineering tools running on the device
We have a deal on the The Complete iOS 13 and SwiftUI Developer Bundle, a package of developer training courses for iOS 13 and SwiftUI. It includes four full training courses with 49 hours of content, and you get the lot for $19 through our deal.
Girls Who Code announced a new tutorial in Apple’s coding language, Swift which will be available at its Clubs for 6th to 12th graders.
Apple is partnering with Tennessee State University to promote diversity in programming in HBCU C2 Presidential Academy.
Chris Lattner, creator of Apple’s Swift programming language, does a podcast interview with John Sundell.
Chris Lattner, creator of Swift, joins John on this 50th episode of the show — to discuss the current state of Swift and how it came to be, as well as to speculate about what the future of the language and its ecosystem might look like.
Apple is expanding the App Development and Swift curriculum in Singapore and opening a second Apple Developer Academy in Indonesia.
The Salesforce SDK is now optimized for iOS 12 and Swift, so developers can build iPhone and iPad apps connected to its platform.
The What’s Next feature has also received an upgrade to improve the suggestions it makes, while touch gestures have been made more precise.
San Jose – Jeff Gamet talks with Timirah James about coding with Swift and her TechniGal meetup for girls and women who want to learn to code at AltConf and WWDC 2018
Starting this fall, schools that support students with vision, hearing, and other assistive needs will start providing accessible Everyone Can Code curricula for the Swift programming language.
Apple’s HomePod video ad focuses on the old, tried and true. Takes few risks and is predictable. What happened?
Apple’s “Everyone Can Code” program to teach students how to code in Swift is expanding to more than 20 additional universities around the world.
Any of these will help you master coding fundamentals in a snap, so get started with your programming today.
Digital Flagship University starts this 2017-2018 school year. The iOS design lab opens in 2018, and Swift programming will start in the spring.
Apple is getting on on the Force Friday action with a new Swift Playgrounds template for controlling Spero’s R2-D2 robot.