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iOS App Development with Swift Hammam Alakhras
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Outlines Basic understanding about iOS App Development Development environment: Xcode IDE Foundations and Tools Introduction of Swift programming language
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History IOS is the name of Apple's platform for mobile applications. The iPhone was released in the summer of 2007 IOS apps can be developed for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
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Acquiring the Software To get the software required to develop in iOS Go to http://developer.apple.com/ Click on iOS Dev Center Log in (free registration is required) Download the release called Xcode Double click the .dmg and run the installer
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Tools Xcode: Integrated Development Environment Provides multiple iOS application templates Interface Builder Provides drag-and-drop creation of user interfaces iPhone Simulator Provides ability to test your software on iPhone & iPad Instruments: Profile your application at runtime
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