Beginning IOS App Development with Swift

In this IOS App Development tutorial, i will help develop your first IOS app to run on iPhone or iPad.
To develop iOS apps , you need a Mac computer (OS X 10.10 or later) running the latest version of Xcode. Xcode includes everything you need to build an app. Xcode also contains the iOS SDK, which extends Xcode to include the tools, compilers, and frameworks you need specifically for iOS development. You can download Xcode from this link.
To create your first IOS app using Xcode, you open the Xcode software program that you have installed on your Mac computer. Then select Create a new Xcode project.
project ready in xcode
In the next screen, you select Single View Application. Click next to go to another window that allow you to input the name of your application, organisation name, and organisation identifier, and choose your programming language (swift, objective-c) and target devices (iPhone, iPad). By clicking the Next button, you will be prompted to create and save your project.

add label to project

When your project is ready, you select Main.storyboard from the left pane. Then look at the library objects at the bottom left of your Xcode.
objects library
Drag a Label on to the View Controller Scene. Double-click the Label and change its text to Hello World.

create project in xcode

Finally, you press Command+R to run your first application on a simulator.

run project on simulator

Posted by: Dara | post date: 03-06-2016 | Subject: IOS Apps Development

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