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We’ve reinvented how you learn to code, too.  December 31, 2016 – 03:22 pm
I Want to Write iOS Apps. Where Do I Start? An iPad with with a teal background displays the text “You’re about to learn Swift code so you can give commands to your character, Byte. Walk, jump, walk.” A small animated character stands below the text next to a traffic light. Behind and slightly to the right of the iPad, an open MacBook displays a screen in Xcode with the title “Connect the River Markers” and shows a river image overlayed with a grid and markers of various colors.

We put as much thought into how you learn Swift as we put into designing the language itself. For first-time coders, there’s Swift Playgrounds, an iPad app that makes getting started fun and interactive. With the built-in Learn to Code lessons, you’ll use real code to solve puzzles and meet characters you can control with just a tap. If you’re ready to start building your first app, the Intro to App Development with Swift book will help you learn how from start to finish. You’ll learn the basics and experiment with playgrounds in Xcode, the software used to make apps on your Mac.

Source: www.apple.com

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