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Programmer by day, artist by night

Professor Paul Hegarty of Stanford University teaching Developing iOS 10 Apps with Swift, from Lecture 1, graphite on copier paper, 8.5″ x 11″

The course Developing iOS 10 Apps with Swift by Stanford has been around for a while (about 6 months) free on iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/developing-ios-10-apps-with-swift/id1198467120

Had been following the course since the Objective-C days and it’s time to take the latest version in the same tradition.

Here are the course contents based on the 17 lectures :

1. Introduction to iOS 10, Xcode 8 and Swift 3
2. MVC; iOS, Xcode and Swift Demonstration
3. More Swift and the Foundation Framework
4. Views
5. Gestures and Multiple MVCs
6. Multiple MVCs, View Controller Lifecycle, and Memory Management
7. Error Handling, Extensions, Protocols, Delegation, and Scroll View
8. Multithreading and Text Field
9. Table View
10. Core Data
11. Core Data Demo
12. Autolayout
13. Timer and Animation
14. Dynamic Animation Demo
15. More Segues
16. Alerts and Action Sheets, Notifications, Application Lifecycle, and Persistence
17. Accessibility

Will publish the code like before on Github but this time will put all the projects and assignments in one repository:
https://github.com/sanjibahmad/Developing-iOS-10-Apps-with-Swift

So follow along, if you want, with me and feel free to point out if my code can be improved or if the projects and assignments can be done better 🙂 Good luck!

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