So you would like to develop your own iOS apps? Learning Swift is a no-brainer. You don’t have to pick up a thick Swift book to get started though. Here are 5 interactive apps that help you become a Swift coder:
TapCoding: comes with short tutorials to help you gradually pick up the Swift programming language. It has interactive exercises to show you what you need to work on.
SwiftBites: this Swift app comes with mini lessons to improve your skills. It covers core Swift concepts and lets you run codes to see the output.
Swift Playgrounds: it has interactive puzzles that you solve to learn coding concepts. You will be see and run code in a 3D world and can choose from 3 animated characters. Users can play their own playgrounds from scratch and change the order of their commands via drag & drop.
Devslopes: covers protocol oriented programming, iOS development, Angular 2, Unity 3D, and Swift. You get to build real-world apps and view source code for each project. The app supports AirPlay and has over 300 hours of video content.
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