Note: See our course list for the new iOS 9 courses.
Are you looking to learn how to code and design applications for Apple's iOS? Bitfountain's iOS 8 Immersive Bundle offers over 60 hours of video courses to learn everything you need to know to build your own apps.
Topics covered in the Design Course:
Sketch Design: Learn how to create amazing design with this revolutionary design tool Learn iOS commands and workflow enhancing techniques Understand how plugins work and their value to iOS development Learn design by mimicking: Popular icons and full applications Learn design by innovating: From conception, to wireframing, to finalizing your design Learn tips and strategies on how to export and use SketchMirror to test your designs on other displays Understand color theory and typography and their importance in UI design Apple UX guidelines And much more information to make sure are creating amazing apps
Topics Covered in the Development Course:
Swift: Learn the Swift language used to develop all native iOS and Mac apps iOS 8 and XCode 6: Work with and Learn the latest technology platforms from Apple API Integration: Connect with third party APIs like Facebook and more with NSURLSession Storyboard: Learn how to create beautiful interfaces using Apple's graphical interface builder Learn to design responsive interfaces for the myriad of iOS device screen sizes Understand Core Data: Store data on your device with the core data database Git: Learn how to use Git for version control and collaboration CloudKit: A revolutionary new tool from Apple that allows iOS developers to create database in the cloud right from the iOS client app Intro to the Metal Framework. Harness the full power of the A7 chip in your iPhone 5s and iphone 6 Learn about developing for Apple's HealthKit Apply and work with In-app analytics to better understand application usability and growth And so much more
John was the lead iOS developer at Fast Society and Cameo until he started BitFountain in 2012. The apps that John has contributed to have appeared in TechCrunch, Mashable and the New York Times. At BitFountain, John oversees all projects from a technical and strategic perspective.