English | 2021 | ISBN: 978-1838822842 | 685 Pages | PDF, EPUB, MOBI | 336 MB
Become a professional iOS developer with the most in-depth and advanced guide to Swift 5.3, Xcode 12, ARKit 4, Core ML and iOS 14’s new features
The journey to mastering iOS 14 development is not straightforward. This book will help you make that transition smoothly and easily. With the help of Swift 5.3, you’ll not only learn how to program for iOS 14, but also write efficient, readable, and maintainable Swift code that reflects industry best practices.
This updated iOS 14 book will help you build practical apps and get to grips with the real-world development flow. You’ll explore detailed background information and practical examples, which will help you get hands-on and use the new features of iOS 14. The book will also cover language changes for Swift 5.3 with examples. Later, you’ll learn how to apply Dark Mode to your app, understand the details behind lists and tables, and use animations effectively. You’ll then create your code using generics, protocols and extensions and focus on how to use Core Data, before going on to perform network calls and update your storage and UI with the help of example projects. Toward the end, you’ll make your apps smarter using machine learning, streamline the flow of your code with the Combine framework through practical examples, and amaze users by using Vision framework and ARKit 4.0 features.
By the end of this iOS development book, you’ll be able to build iOS apps that harness advanced techniques and make the best use of iOS 14’s features.
What you will learn
- Build a professional iOS application using Xcode 12 and Swift 5.3
- Create amazing new widgets for your apps with iOS 14
- Extend the audience of your app by creating an App Clip
- Improve the flow of your code with the Combine framework
- Enhance your app by using Core Location
- Integrate Core Data to persist information in your app
- Train and use machine learning models with Core ML
- Create engaging augmented reality experiences with ARKit 4 and the Vision framework