At Apple's annual WWDC in 2014, it announced the creation and release of a brand new programming language: Swift. The idea is to use this language going forward when creating apps that target both iOS and OS X operating systems.
While Swift is not currently required to be used on these platforms, we definitely shouldn't be waiting around to learn about the basic constructs and how to use it. So our new course on The Swift Programming Language lets you dive right in and get your feet wet by learning the basics of the language.
What You'll Learn
In this 27-part video course, Tuts+ instructor Derek Jensen will cover the basic concepts and building blocks associated with Apple's new flagship programming language: Swift.
You'll learn how the language is constructed, with lessons on variables and constants, loops, conditionals, closures and more. Then you'll learn about the concepts of Object Oriented Programming and how they relate to the Swift programming language. And you'll also discover the building blocks of the Swift language, such as the functionality contained in the Swift Standard Library.
By the end of this course you’ll have a solid grasp of the fundamentals of Swift, so that you can start using it when developing apps for iOS and OS X.
Watch the Introduction
You can take our new course straight away with a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but also to our growing library of over 1,000 video courses and industry-leading eBooks on Envato Tuts+.
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