Beginning iOS 13 & Swift App Development: Develop iOS Apps with Xcode 11, Swift 5, Core ML, ARKit and more

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In this book, we take you on a fun, hands-on and pragmatic journey to learning iOS13 application development using Swift. You'll start building your first iOS app within minutes. Every section is written in a bite-sized manner and straight to the point as I don't want to waste your time (and most certainly mine) on the content you don't need. In the end, you will have the skills to create an app and submit it to the app store.

In the course of this book, we will cover:

Chapter 1 - Working with Xcode and Swift to build a BMI calculator app.
Chapter 2 - Build a Quotes app using Table View
Chapter 3 - Create a To Do List app where we create, read, update and delete to-do items
Chapter 4 - Implement data persistency to our To Do List app using Core Data
Chapter 5 - Improve our To Do List app by adding images and implementing swipe deletion
Chapter 6 - Build a cryptocurrency price tracker app which retrieves prices via an API
Chapter 7 - Build a image detection app using machine learning with Core ML 2 and Create ML 2
Chapter 8 - Create an Augmented Reality app with ARKit
Chapter 9 - Publish our app on to the App store
Chapter 10 - SwiftUI
Chapter 11 - Dark Mode
Chapter 12 - Porting your iOS App to the Mac with Project Catalyst
Chapter 13 - In-App Purchases

The goal of this book is to teach you iOS development in a manageable way without overwhelming you. We focus only on the essentials and cover the material in a hands-on practice manner for you to code along.

About the Reader

No previous knowledge on iOS development required, but you should have basic programming knowledge.

About the Author

Greg Lim is a technologist and author of several programming books. Greg has many years in teaching programming in tertiary institutions and he places special emphasis on learning by doing.

Independently Published