Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI
10 februari 2021 - 17:59   
geplaatst door: puk1980
Nog steeds gegeven door Paul Hegarty. Voor wie iPhone/iPad apps wil leren programmeren.

https://cs193p.sites.stanford.edu/

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Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI

The lectures for the Spring 2020 version of Stanford University's course CS193p (Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI) were delivered to our students in an on-line fashion due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. 

Stanford has made these lecture videos available to all by posting them on its YouTube channel (links below). 

This website was set up to give everyone access to the supporting material that was distributed to students during the quarter (homework, demo code, etc.).

For more, check out the About page.

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Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI
22 mei 2021 - 10:27    reactie #1
geplaatst door: puk1980
De nieuwe 2021 reeks is begonnen.

Informatie: https://cs193p.sites.stanford.edu/

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The lectures for the Spring 2021 version of Stanford University's course CS193p (Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI) were once again delivered to our students in an on-line fashion due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.  Stanford will be making these lecture videos available to all (two per week or so) by posting them on its YouTube channel (links below).  This website was set up to give everyone access to the supporting material that was distributed to students during the quarter (homework, demo code, etc.).

The curriculum is substantially similar to the Spring 2020 version, so if you are in the middle of watching that, you should be able to switch over mid-stream to the 2021 version as it becomes available.  If you have already watched the 2020 version in its entirety, scrubbing through the 2021 videos might be of some value since there were quite a lot of enhancements made to SwiftUI since 2020.



The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.