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This course is based on PARSE, Parse will be fully retired on January 28th, 2017, however Parse platform is open source what means you can create your own servers on a click of a few buttons. Furthermore, this course is not about Parse, it is about how to make everyone a better SWIFT developer.
Learn more elegant ways to code and if you not satisfy with the course, you can request your money back in 30 days
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Can you remember when you were first learning math and teachers showed you how to count with your fingers to solve the problems? For the first year or so this is fine, however the problems become too complex and it becomes cumbersome and impractical to count and solve problems with your fingers. For me iOS and Swift development started out similar to this, except I couldn’t find a decent teaching tool to help me make that next step. After a lot of trouble and research I eventually got there in the end.
This is where you get lucky! I have created the class I wish I had when I was trying to take the next step in iOS development with Swift and I can guarantee you that there is nothing like this course out there, trust me, I’ve been there.
During this course I will challenge you to complete many tasks that will help improve your coding and app development skill. My first challenge, challenge number 0 is free. Before you start, turn your phone onto airplane mode and see how many apps are still useful to you. Other than the basic phone functionalities such as alarm, calculator, calendar, etc., most apps require a connection; even games require some sort of connection. We live in a connected world today. People want to share everything, including where they go, what they do, and even what they eat. This is what I’m going to teach you.
I do not believe in one-size fits all. In my view, courses that claim to cater to beginners right through to advanced levels, either fail to stimulate the experienced students, or they overwhelm the newcomers with too much information and complexity.
However, you don’t need to be an expert. If you know what variables, classes, and loops are, you’re ready for this course. If you have taken another course in any other language such as object-c or swift you’re definitely ready for this course. Be sure I’ll always be available to help you along your journey in case you have any problems related to the Swift language.
I firmly believe that the best way to learn is by doing, so these are the steps we are going to take together:
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It is time to leave the crutches behind and take the Next Step, see you there!