Xcode Tutorial For Beginners (Chris Ching)

 
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Xcode Tutorial For Beginners (Chris Ching)

Anyone interested in learning more about developing software with Xcode, a programming language used to create apps for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, should read this book.

You will receive clear, step-by-step instructions on how to program in Xcode as well as useful pointers and suggestions to help you be successful when creating your own apps.

Beyond the fundamentals, you'll delve into in-depth subjects including updating your Xcode tools, modifying Xcode's appearance and behavior, creating and managing projects, modeling complicated applications and structures with the built-in class browser, and more.

  • What Xcode Is - and how to create apps to sell in the Apple App Store
  • Planning and Mockups - correct planning and mockups will save you valuable time when creating an app
  • Programming and Programming Basics - learn what it takes to be a programmer and the basic concepts of programming to ensure you understand Xcode fast
  • Object Oriented Programming, Understanding Swift and Objective C, The Benefits Of Xcode, Graphical UI Design
  • and so much more!

Once you grasp the straightforward fundamentals in this book, it's simple to get started in Xcode programming, which is a lot of fun. Learning Xcode has several advantages, not the least of which is the chance to sell your own products on the App Store and even to find employment as an Xcode coder.

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