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iOS Protocols in Swift Protocol Basics What Is a Protocol?

How can i downloded video in my computer?


Abraham Juliot
Abraham Juliot
47,353 Points

When you open a course, just below the teacher info, you will see an itunes feed button. Click that, and you can subscibe to the course feed via itunes or another podcast app on android or ios devices. Personally, I use the Podcast Republic app on both my android and chromebook. And I subscribe and download courses the moment they release.

Just be aware that once you subscribe to a course feed, you will have access to download the videos--as long as you are currently enrolled--even if the course expires. But, if you delete the feed, and the course is expired, you can't re subscribe with the feed token link. I actually still still have download access to dozens of old swift courses that I subscribed to long time ago, though they are now expired and innaccessible here. So, I recommend subscribing to everything, as soon as it come out.

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Xavier D
Xavier D
Courses Plus Student 5,840 Points


Also, you can download the video without using iTunes. If using a web browser on Mac or PC, just link the link to watch the video and scroll down.

Past the video, below you will see the video's title, the video's summary, and four links that state, Teacher's notes, Questions, Video Transcript, and Downloads...

...click on downloads to see the links to download the video.

You can also download the Treehouse app and download the videos from the app too, for studying on the go. I try to have my Mac with me all the time but if I can't, I would watch the videos on my iPhone, and code on my iPad.

There are text editors for iOS but I like using Playgrounds for the iPad... Playgrounds is slower than Xcode but it helps you out just as well. Touchscreen coding sucks but you can try to get a bluetooth keyboard and pair it to the iPad.

Oh, speaking of iOS try to download this cool app called Duet Display because you can use it to turn your iOS device into an external monitor for your Mac. That means you could watch the videos on your iOS device, and then code in Xcode for your Mac without switching screens/desktops back and forth, or sharing a screen/desktop's real estate! It's not a free app but worth every penny...