Table of Contents Getting Familiar with Xcode Building a Foundation with Swift Building on the Swift Foundation Digging Deeper Digging into Collections Starting the UI Setup Setting Up the Basic Structure Building Our App Structure in Storyboard Finishing Up Our App Structure in Storyboard Designing Cells Getting Started with the Grid Adding Core Data to Your App Fetching and Displaying Data from the Network Being Proactive with Background Fetch Syncing Data with CloudKit Using Augmented Reality Improving Apps With Location Services Making Smarter Apps with CoreML Tracking Activity Using HealthKit Streamlining Experiences with Siri Using Media in Your App Implementing Rich Notifications Instant Information with a Today Extension Exchanging Data With Drag And Drop Improved Discoverability with Spotlight and Universal Links Extending iMessage (N.B. Please use the Look Inside option to see further chapters)
Craig Clayton is a self-taught, senior iOS engineer at Adept Mobile, who specializes in building mobile experiences for NBA and NFL teams. He also volunteered as the organizer of the Suncoast iOS meetup group in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area for three years and prepared presentations and hands-on talks for this and other groups in the community. His Cocoa Academy online specializes in bringing to the market a diverse list of multi-level iOS courses, such as building apps and games. Donny Wals is a passionate and curious iOS developer from Netherlands. With several years of experience in building apps and sharing knowledge, Donny is a respected member of the iOS development community. He enjoys delivering talks to share his knowledge and experiences with his peers. In addition to sharing knowledge, he loves learning more about iOS, Apple's frameworks, and development in general. This eagerness to learn has made him into a versatile iOS developer with the knowledge of several Apple frameworks and tools. During WWDC, you will often find Donny binge-watching the talks that Apple engineers deliver to introduce new features and frameworks.