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Iphone Programming With Ios 11 And Swift 4 2 In 1

Course

IPHONE PROGRAMMING WITH IOS 11 AND SWIFT 4 2 IN 1

Category

ios Development Online Training

Eligibility

Graduates and Technology Aspirants

Mode

Both Classroom and Online Classes

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

30 to 45 days

ios Development What will you learn?

•How to work with ios Development Tool.
•How to implement ios Development on different Platforms.
•Learn how to use loop statement in ios Development.
•How to write ios Development from scratch (no experience required!)
•Learn ios Development programming best pracitices, SOLID, Design and more!
•Learn ios Development) quickly, easily and effectively by using this course
•Learn all about ios Development from basic to advanced with interactive tutorials.
•Build a strong knowledge base on ios Development from Scratch to Advanced level
•Learn the absolute basics about ios Development from scratch and take your skills to another level

iphone programming with ios 11 and swift 4 2 in 1 Training Features

•Free Aptitude classes & Mock interviews
•Certificate after completion of the course
•Job Placement Assistance with Good Companies
•We Provide the Course Certificate of completion
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
• Finessing your tech skills and help break into the IT field
•Curriculum based on course outlines defined by in-demand skills in Python.
•We help the students in building the resume boost their knowledge by providing useful Interview tips

Who are eligible for ios Development

•Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Iot, Big Data, Business Analytics, Data Science, Python, Node.js, React.js, Hadoop, Aws, Qa
•Deep Learning, C, C++, Algorithm, Data Structures, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Development, C++ Developer, C Programming, Programming, Gpu
•Java/J2EE, .Net C#, Networking, Oracle DBA, Embedded Developers, HTML5, Android Framework, Android Developers, MSTR Developer, Cognos, SAN, Windows Admin
•Php Developer, Html Developer, front end developer, Ux Designer, Angularjs Developer, Software Developer, Software Testing, Dotnet Developer, Ui Developer, Ui
•Software Development, Big Data, Hadoop, Spark, Hive, Oozie, Big Data Analytics, Java, Python, R, Cloud, Data Quality, Scala, Nosql, Sql Database, Core Java

IPHONE PROGRAMMING WITH IOS 11 AND SWIFT 4 2 IN 1 Syllabus

iOS 11 Programming with SWIFT
•The Course Overview
•Installing and Setting Up the Xcode IDE
•Xcode Versus Playgrounds
•Overview of Swift Playgrounds
•Overview of Swift Syntax
•Variables Versus Constants
•Explicit Versus Inferred Types
•Managed Program Flow
•Using Optionals
•Unwrapping Optionals
•Creating and Calling Functions
•Classes Versus Structs
•Setting Up Our Project
•An Overview of Xcode 9
•Building the User Interface
•Working with Views and View Hierarchies
•Model-View-Controller
•Exploring Actions and Outlets
•Generating and Troubleshooting Actions and Outlets
•Inserting Contents in a ScrollView
•Exploring the UITableView
•Working with the UITableView DataSource
•Implementing Sections in a UITableView
•Using UITableView Delegate for Customization
•Using Multiple ViewControllers
•Creating Segues between ViewControllers
•Navigation Options for Multiple ViewControllers
•Creating a Tabbed Application
•Creating an Adaptive UI with AutoLayou
•Introducing Constraints in Xcode 9
•Troubleshooting Constraints
•Difference between Horizontal and Vertical
•Using StackViews with AutoLayout
•Developing for Multiple Devices
•Diagnosing View Hierarchies
•Custom TableView Cells
•Deleting TableView Cells
•Sorting Rows
•Introducing Images and Application Icons
•Synopsis of Project Settings
•Crafting an Application Launch Storyboard
•Setting Up Useful Xcode Behavior for Testing
•Codable
•File Manager
•Fetching and Saving Data
•Test Your Knowledge
•Real-World iOS projects
•Getting Xcode
•A Quick Tour of Xcode
•Running the Template App
•The Xcode Debugger and Breakpoints
•Accessing Documentation in Xcode
•Creating the Project
•Creating the Basic User Interface
•Creating the Web View Controller User Interface
•Coding the Web View Controller
•Configuring Application Transport Security (ATS)
•Adding a Toolbar
•Adding a Search Controller
•Adding a URL Property with Custom Accessors
•Protocols and the Delegate Pattern
•Wiring Up the Search Bar
•Adding Share Functionality
•Saving the Last URL to User Defaults
•Improving the Search Bar and Controller Configurations
•Improving the Toolbar Layout
•Enabling and Disabling the Back and Forward Buttons
•Adding a Simple Loading Indicator
•Intro and Creating the Project
•Creating the Note Model Interface
•Implementing the Note Model
•Auto-Generating the Note Title
•Creating the Data Source Interface
•Implementing the Outline Data Source
•Swift Error Handling
•Preparing for Loading and Saving
•Adding Loading and Saving
•The NotificationCenter Pattern
•Using Notifications to Save the Data Source
•Adding Dispatch to Load and Save
•Configuring the SplitViewController
•Preparing the MasterViewController
•UITableViewDataSource
•Adding TableView Editing
•The DetailViewController User Interface
•Preparing the DetailViewController
•Passing the Note Model
•Configuring the DetailViewController
•Handling the Software Keyboard
•Using the TextViewDelegate and Creating a NoteUpdateDelegate Protocol
•Passing Back Note Changes to the MasterViewController
•Updating the DetailViewController after Note Delete
•Getting Started
•Preparing an Xcode Playground
•Decoding Simple JSON Properties
•Custom Property Name Mapping
•Decoding Nested Objects
•Date Decoding
•Creating the Outline Data Source
•Preparing to Fetch the Movie Feed
•Switch Tuple Pattern Matching
•Processing the Movie Feed Results
•Laying Out the Basic User Interface
•Creating an Image Cache Controller
•Creating a Custom Collection View Cell
•Collection View Data Source
•Customizing the Collection View Layout
•Handling Cell Reuse
•Passing Data to the DetailViewController
•Laying Out the DetailViewController
•Displaying Movie Properties in the DetailViewController
•Adding Pull-to-Refresh
•Adding a Loading Indicator