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Developing iOS 9 Apps with Swift

by Stanford

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Course Description

Updated for iOS 9 and Swift. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms using the iOS SDK. User interface design for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Swift programming language. Other topics include: animation, mobile device power management, multi-threading, networking and performance considerations.

Prerequisites: C language and object-oriented programming experience exceeding Programming Abstractions level, and completion of Programming Paradigms.

Recommended: UNIX, graphics, databases.

Offered by Stanford's School of Engineering.

For more online learning opportunities, please visit Stanford Online.

Customer Reviews

Clearly understood, learned more

I have been learning iOS development for roughly 9 months now and even though this is beginner stuff the way he explains is spot on, he writes his code to run into problems on purpose, but in such a clear way. Great job Professor and thank you Stanford.

Excellent!

Paul Hegarty is a great teacher and this an excellent video production of the demos too!

Harvard iOS courses are OK, This is AWEsome!

No course on Udacity, Udemy, Lynda, Treehouse, etc. Can match this course. The only thing is when walking into this course, you need to some basics, which maybe the other course can help. Also don’t neglect the slides, they are sometimes useful to read. I made me think of doing my masters there!

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