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Code Learning Guides

If you want to become a better developer, try these code learning guides. Each one is a hand-picked collection of free code tutorials on a relevant theme, like WordPress Gutenberg or creating an Angular app.

Find everything you need here, whether you’re a web developer or mobile app developer, and no matter which programming language you use. These learning guides bring together over a decade of free code tutorials on Envato Tuts+, covering a huge range of topics.

Do you want to build a React app? Create interactive charts? Get up to speed on machine learning? You’ll find all of that and more here.

  1. iOS 8: What's New in SpriteKit

    2 Posts
    This two-part series gives an overview of the new features of the SpriteKit framework that were introduced in iOS 8. The new features are designed to make it easier to support advanced game effects and include support for custom OpenGL ES fragment shaders, lighting, shadows, advanced new physics effects and animations, and integration with SceneKit. In this series, you'll learn how to implement these new features.
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  2. Swift From Scratch

    12 Posts
    In this series, you'll learn everything you need to know about the Swift programming language to get started. You'll start with the very basics to get your feet wet and gradually learn about the more advanced aspects of this brand new programming language, ready to build iOS and OS X applications.
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  3. Core Data from Scratch

    11 Posts
    The Core Data framework has been around for many years. It's used in thousands of applications and by millions of people, both on iOS and OS X. Core Data is maintained by Apple and very well documented. It's a mature framework that has proven it's value over and over.
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  4. Getting Started with Xamarin.Forms

    2 Posts
    Over the last several years, developers have finally been trained how to handle building cross-platform mobile applications. The basic idea is to break the application into several pieces and split the shared code from the platform-specific user interface code. With the latest release of Xamarin, this is no longer necessary. Xamarin.Forms allows developers to create shared UI code used across all platforms to shrink platform-specific code.
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  5. An Introduction to Xamarin

    3 Posts
    Just a few short years ago, we as C# developers had very limited options when it came to creating mobile applications. We could take the path of least resistance and stick to Windows Mobile or Windows Phone applications, or we could spend the time learning new languages such as Java or Objective-C, just to reach out to different platforms. Well, times are definitely changing.  With the advent of Xamarin, we now have more options. It's time to get on board.
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