Ever wanted to learn how to make your own iOS app? This workshop will guide you through the many stages of doing just that and by the end of it, you will have a working app that YOU built. You’ll learn how to pull data from the internet, store it offline and present it in a beautiful way to users of your app. The approach to creating apps is very different to how you would go about creating a website, so don’t worry, we will guide you through that too!
This workshop is part of our Professional Series which target women who have some coding experience or who currently work in the tech industry (front-end/back-end developers, testers, QA, etc.)
Stuff you will need to bring
- Macbook running Mac OS Sierra (10.12)
- Macbook charger
- iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod) if you have one, running at least iOS 9.0.
- Lightning cable
- Github account
- Apple ID
Before the workshop
Download and install Xcode from the app store and make sure you have the latest version.
Stuff we will help you with
Setting up Xcode can be a bit tricky. Don't worry. Come half an hour early (9.30am) and we'll help you with the set up..
What you’ll learn
- Swift 3.0: One of the iOS languages
- Core Data: iOS database (basics)
- Cocoapods: iOS dependency manager
- JSON parsing
- Custom UI Views & animations
Lauren started her career as a developer about five years ago after finishing university and fell into mobile development. She loves the challenging nature of mobile development as it appeals to the side of her that love's constant change.
We strive to make our events and workshops as accessible as possible to our audience and with the support of our generous sponsors and partners we are able to offer our events and workshops for free or at a significantly-low fee.
This event has been sponsored by:-