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Learn to Program using Swift for iOS Development

by John Gallaugher

Learn to Program using Swift for iOS Development breaks down the learning barriers for app creation with a hands-on, video-centered approach. Learn to Program Using Swift for iOS Development is intended to excite new-to-programming students and will have them building fully functional apps by mid-semester. Students will gain an introduction to core programming and iOS concepts and should find the video-centered approach especially useful, since all videos can be replayed and reviewed at any time. Learning "scaffolding" surrounds videos, offering a written summary of most concepts covered in videos and providing a helpful reference to return to when building new apps.

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John Gallaugher
Information Systems Department, Carroll School of Management

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