This Swift programming course gives students new to Swift programming their first step into programming for Apple devices with Swift. Swift is fundamentally different from Objective-C, as it is a protocol-oriented language. While you can still write normal object-oriented code in Swift, it requires a new way of thinking to take advantage of its powerful features, and a solid understanding of the basics to become productive.
After completing this course, you will be able to begin developing native end-user applications for iOS and macOS or develop server-side (backend) applications and web services using Swift on Linux.
This course is aimed at developers seeking fundamental Swift programming skills in preparation for learning how to develop native applications for iOS and macOS.