Learn Swift From Objective-C : Introduction

by Chris Ching

Since most of the readers and students of the course started their iOS development journey with Objective-C, I’m writing this article series to introduce the Swift programming language by showing Objective-C code snippets and their Swift equivalents. In the next few articles, we’ll start comparing things like variables, classes, methods and properties between the two […]

How To Play Sounds – AVAudioPlayer Tutorial

by Chris Ching

In this AVAudioPlayer tutorial, we’re going to go through an example of playing a sound file that you’ve added to your Xcode project. You’ll see that it’s actually a really simple task to accomplish! Adding the framework to your project The first thing we’ll need to do is to add the AVFoundation framework to the […]

Apps by Readers for May

by Chris Ching

This is the second App by Readers feature and it showcases the awesome creations that readers and course members have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) This month, we feature three course members! Jim, Sajin and Noah have gone from beginners to publishing their own awesome apps to the App […]

UISlider Tutorial – How To Implement an iOS Slider

by Chris Ching

UISlider Tutorial

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you a simple demo of adding a slider to your app and capturing the value of the slider. The class we’re going to use is UISlider and it’s part of UIKit which is the framework you’re using to build your app. If you’re new to iOS development, you […]

Apps by Readers for April

by Chris Ching

This is the first App by Readers feature and it showcases the awesome creations that readers and course members have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) This month, we feature Kyle and Larry, both of whom are course members (which is why one of the questions I ask them is […]

How To Submit Your App To the App Store

by Chris Ching

In the last tutorial, I showed you how to deploy your app to your iPhone. This tutorial for submitting your app to the app store builds upon that one and relies on steps performed in that article so if you haven’t set up things like your distribution certificate and App Id, then go back to […]