Best Swift Tutorial for Beginners

Best Swift Tutorial for Beginners


What do you consider to be the best Swift
tutorial for beginners? I need to get a handle on the new language for the iOS. Go to the source, Apple. I cannot afford to download a ton of tutorials
through iTunes. Apple wants everything off Objective C as
fast as possible, so they are not charging for the content. The swift programming language
book one is available for free through iTunes. Apple and free, now that’s something you
do not hear very often, unless you’re a teacher on the first day of school. The guide to using Swift with Cocoa and Objective
C is free, too. How can you use Swift with Objective C? Apple wants you to move to the new language,
but there is a massive volume of existing Objective C code. Swift can use Objective
C code modules, if you have the right header file or translation stuff in place, the way
Java and Scala are interchangeable. All I know is that pretty much everyone wants
to replace Java. Try Swiftcast dot tv. I hate Taylor Swift. I think she dates people
to break up with them and write songs about the experience, and I’m certainly not connecting
to her channel. Swiftcast dot tv is an online channel with
screen casts, podcasts and articles on using the Swift language. Now that is actually attractive. That site even has game development in Swift
and form validation. The site you really want to avoid is the Youtube channel for Taylor
Swift. There’s a lot of stuff on Youtube. If you want to access lessons on Youtube,
do a search for the swift programming language channel or Skip Wilson’s lessons. As long as I do not see a stupid rockabilly
video. So try lessons on Youtube by the code lady
or Applekeynotes. I’m more concerned about in depth programming
lessons, not just “hey, look at this neat app I made.” So try Treehouse’s beginner’s guide to
Swift. Or visit Ray Wenderlich’s website complete with Swift tutorials. I do not even think I could spell his name. Learnswift.tips. Is that website simple enough
for you to remember and find? Sure, and it may even be simple enough for
me to follow. I’d really recommend starting with Apple’s
website, from how to install and configure the Xcode and development environment before
working with Swift and their free books on the language. As long as it does not cost me an arm and
an iPad.

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