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Want to design and develop iOS apps, but have little or no programming experience? This practical guide will show you how. By eliminating the jargon and simplifying programming into everyday concepts, you’ll learn how to use the basic building blocks necessary to build apps for iOS devices.
This book teaches you programming concepts by using common occurrences like going to the grocery store, driving in a car, or eating at a restaurant. You’ll learn to think differently and see the world from a new perspective.
Understand the basic building blocks of programming
Learn how to create a simple design and build virtual objects
Grasp the principles behind the grammar and syntax of Swift, the new iOS programming language
Chapter 1Getting Started
Chapter 2Intro to Programming
Chapter 3Diving into Swift
Chapter 4Diving Deeper into Swift
Chapter 5Building Multi-Screen Apps
Chapter 6Next Steps - Debugging, Documentation, and App Icons
Steve Derico is the founder and lead iOS Developer at Bixby Apps. Bixby Apps is a mobile app development agency located in San Francisco. Bixby Apps builds top-rated apps used worldwide by millions and works with Fortune 500 clients like BMW, Lenovo, and MGM Resorts. You can find their work at http://www.bixbyapps.com.
Steve is also the founder and iOS Professor at App School. App School is an online app development school for absolute beginners. No programming experience is required. App School has taught hundreds of non-programmers how to make apps. You can learn how to make apps at http://www.appschool.com.
Steve enjoys wine, baseball, and running in his free time. He also loves to hear from readers and answer their questions. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.twitter.com/stevederico, or (415) 779-2771.