If you've been dreaming of building an app, this is the perfect chance to spend a day with face-to-face instruction.
A day for imagining whats possible on the Apple Watch.
Join the Apple Watch meetup group to receive invites to our events.
- Video from Apple’s Swift blog
- You'll build a photo filter app, and you can check your work, download the finished code from our GitHub (snag the Zip file and open the .xcodeproj file)
- Treehouse Swift course
- Video walkthrough all the way up to building a finished Weather app. They also feature quizzes after each video to help cement the knowledge
- Tutorials by Ray Wenderlich
- Written tutorials from the basics to the fun animations
We had a fun event in San Francisco. Special thanks to Sandbox Suites for our venue and to the Swift Developers Community SF meetup group for having me speak.
This was live code event where we walked though Swift. Everyone in the room had worked through a Swift tutorial previously, so we were able to move at a bit quicker pace. We built a playground to see the results as we went along.
If I declare an array with 'let' is it immutable?
Yes, it is a constant, not a variable. However, curiously in Xcode 6.1, there is no error in a Playground. If you try this in a Project, there is the correct error.
How can I use my own Swift classes from a project inside a playground that's in the same project?
Not sure. I spent some time investigating this, but could never get it to work. I'll be following this StackOverflow post, Import my own swift class into Playground for the answer.