Part 2 of a series where you’ll learn to code iOS apps using Apple’s development tools. For complete beginners – no prior programming experience needed!
Mike Jaoudi is a Computer Science major at New York University. For the past couple of years, Mike also worked as an Instructor and Curriculum Developer at iD Tech Camps for iOS App Design and iOS Game Design. While at iD Tech, Mike discovered an enjoyment for teaching, as he’s found that “when you teach you learn twice”. He is a fan of the BBC show “Sherlock” and NCAA fencer. Check out his multiplayer snake game, Snakez. You can find Mike on Twitter .
Learn to code iOS apps using Apple’s development tools. For complete beginners – no prior programming experience needed!
This tutorial will pick up where the last tutorial left off. Adding custom images to your app will always give it a more polished and professional appearance. Remember, your app is competing with a million others; an app that is intuitive and pleasing to look at is almost as important as intuitive and pleasing code
In this tutorial, you will create a simple iOS game where you have to tap a button as many times as you can in 30 seconds. Just don’t get too excited and smash your screen by mistake!