Wednesday, February 1, 2023
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No excuses! Get iOS 11 developer training for $15 while it lasts

So, you installed iOS 11 on your iPad and iPhone on September 19, and now you’re thinking of some really cool apps that you’d love to see that take advantage of the new features. Those apps aren’t going to write themselves, so if you’re not already an iOS 11 developer, grab this $15 Complete Swift 4 and Objective-C Course that will take you through iOS 11 and Xcode 9 as well. 

What’s in the course? 240 lectures that cover 55 hours of content that you can access any time of day or night. Here are the main areas you’ll cover:

  • The Basics of Xcode 9

  • Learning Swift 4

  • Swift 4

  • Swift 4 Actions

  • Swift 4 Views

  • Swift 4 Visuals

  • Swift 4 Drawing Application

  • Swift 4 ARKit Application

  • iMessage & Sticker Pack Application

  • Swift 4 Audio & Video

  • Swift 4 Table View Application

  • Swift 4 Tab Bar Business Application

  • Swift 4 Core Data

  • Swift 4 Social

  • Swift 4 Revenue

  • Swift 4 Universal Support

  • Objective-C Functions

  • Objective-C Actions

  • Objective-C Views

  • Objective-C Visuals

  • Objective-C Audio & Video

  • Objective-C Table View Application

  • Objective-C Tab Bar Business Application

  • Objective-C Social

  • Objective-C Revenue

  • Objective-C Universal Support

When you’re done, you’ll understand Xcode 9, iOS 11, Interface Builder, Simulator and project t yes. During the course you create 25 real iOS 11 apps, including an Augmented Reality app using ARKit. You’ll know how to add advertising to your free apps for revenue enhancement, and even design your own iMessage and Sticker Pack app. 

Like all of our deals, this one will go away soon. Take advantage of this ridiculously low price and get started in iOS 11 development today.

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the founder and former publisher of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!