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iOS 9 and Swift 2: Step It Up!

You should have a computer running OS X El Capitan
You should have Xcode 7.01 or higher installed on your computer.
Emphasis on solid theoretical background, design principles, app architecture, best coding practices, monthly new videos and updates.

34 coding sessions, 4 challenges, 4 exercises, 3 quizzes and interview questions

NEW – refer to the bonus section

SWIFT Coding Challenge
Music Video App Open Source Project – Challenges
Ask Michael – Q & A – Interview Questions
Apple’s Annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC 2016 Updates)

The goal is for everyone to take the skills learned throughout this course and apply them to the challenges. This will allow you to gain more experience through actual work and collaboration.

This is not just a course but a growing community to constantly push the limits and share and collaborate.

Have you taken an iOS development course that has left you with more questions? Do you have the basic fundamentals, but want to take your knowledge to the next level? If so, this course is for you!

You can Step It UP using REST-APIs. Through this interactive course, you will have the opportunity to use available APIs to build apps that are specific to your interests and build incredible mobile apps.

With each of the 77 lectures building off of the proceeding one, you’ll build a music video app from scratch following the model-view-controller design pattern and best coding practices. You will have the opportunity for hands on practice to apply the newly acquired skills to your own concept through challenges and exercises.

After the completion of this course our journey just begins. You will have the opportunity to continue your education by watching a new lecture presented every month. Your feedback will determine the direction of additional content in the bonus section.

I look forward to taking this journey with you.

Who this course is for:
This course is designed for developers who already have taken prior iOS development course.
You should be comfortable working with Xcode integrated development environment.
You should have a basic understanding of the Swift programming language.

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