Tutorials: Develop iOS Apps With Swift
What’s your next app project going to be? The best way to learn how to develop your own iOS apps is by picking a project, and sticking with it. What about a game, a chat app, or a to-do list app?
You’ll need a Mac, Xcode, and a bit of Swift programming. Check out the guides below – most of them even include step-by-step video screencasts, so you can follow along with the steps required to complete the project.
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Are you just getting started with developing your own apps? This is the recommended course of action:
- Get to know the App Ecosystem, like Xcode, which languages to use, and what tools you can use to make your developer life easier
- Pick an app project, like the ones below, and complete the guide. You can pick anything you like, and learn anything you want.
- See if you can fit together parts of guides, to create your own apps, or add a feature to an app you’re already building
Ready? Let’s go!
How To: Build A Real-Time Chat App With Firebase And Swift
Let's build a chat app! In this guide, you're going to build a chat app for iOS with Xcode 9, Swift 4 and Firebase. When you're done, you can chat real-time with multiple users!
How To Migrate Your Parse App To Parse Server With Heroku And mLab [GUIDE]
Parse Server is the open-source reincarnation of the late Parse.com. How do you set up your own Parse and connect it with your app? Learn more in this post.
Coding Guide: Building An In-App Message Center With Slack (With Video)
Let's combine 2 of the hottest things in the app world with each other: an in-app Message Center and Slack. In this guide, I'll show you how you can code a stand-alone Message Center into your app.
Building an Instagram-Like App with Parse and Swift
Parse, the mobile app platform, has one particularly interesting product: Parse Core. One of its features allows app developers to store data in the cloud, without worrying about setting up servers and designing a REST API. Parse Core is also locally backed, like Core Data, which makes it a very good solution for online-offline back-ends. This tutorial explains how to create an app that’s backed by Parse. We’ll create an Instagram-like app.
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