What does all that code mean? Have the intricacies explained in a way that informs and empowers you.
Github is used by the top 40% of developers around the world. You’ll take advantage of Github to show off and track the progress of the projects you create.
Apple’s brand new & exciting language.
We will show you how to move between your View Controllers.
You’ll create our own API using a product called Parse to send and receive the information that powers our app.
Build apps that leverage Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. and learn how to build APIs for your own apps.
Learn how to use the front-facing camera to take and store an image.
We'll teach you how to get your app onto the App Store
Story board is the process of laying out all the individual screens of an app. It allows you to visually control the flow of your application.
We are building an app called Selfigram (Instagram but only for selfies). Each week we will learn about different components that make up the app, like: building each screen, working with APIs, using the camera on the phone, and eventually how to put it all together. Talented developers from your community will mentor you throughout the course!
The first thing we do is Storyboard our iOS app. Storyboarding is the process of laying out all the individual screens in the app we’re building. Then, you’ll learn how to add visual elements to the screen and how to tie each of these elements to code. We’ll be coding the whole app in Apple’s brand new language, Swift
In this module, we’ll be working with the camera. We’ll learn how to use the front-facing camera to take and store an image, and we’ll introduce the concept of Object Oriented Programming to structure our objects and data. We’ll also be learning about Table Views which you see in iOS apps like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat! We’ll figure out how we can use these tools to show a collection of photos taken on our camera when building your iOS app, Selfiegram.
In the home stretch, you’ll learn how photos added on one iOS device can show up on another device. You’ll create our own API using a product called Parse to send and receive the information that powers our app. We’ll apply all the technologies we’ve covered over the past 6 weeks, complete our iOS app and get it ready for submission to the App Store.