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Ondrej Korol
Ondrej Korol
9,056 Points

I finished iOS Development 2.0 track, what now?


I would like to ask a question, what should I do next till the release of a new video. Would you recommend me to take some lessons from iOS Development 1.0? I am thinking about "Build a Playlist Browser..." and lesson about "Closures"...and after "Weather App".

I am wondering if there has been some major changes (1.0 / 2.0). Like isn't it outdated? (Closures for example).

Thanks for your answers and help :-)


1 Answer

Tobias Helmrich
Tobias Helmrich
31,602 Points

Hey Ondra,

congrats on finishing the track! I think the best thing you can do now is building something on your own (if you haven't done so already). By finishing the track you should be ready to build your own application from ground up. Of course the track hasn't covered everything there is in Swift/iOS development as there is still much more to learn.

But building something on your own is the best way to solidify what you've learned until now - and see where you still have weaknesses so you can go over the material again, reflect over it and fix those weaknesses. Also you'll learn more new things when you start building something as you'll encounter problems and have to fix them by reading the documentation and searching on search engines or Stackoverflow for example.

If you're done with that you can of course look at the other videos in the library and even though there were some changes from Swift 1 to 2 most fundamentals are still the same and you can always check if what you're learning is still the same by looking at the documentation.

I hope that helps, happy coding! :)

Ondrej Korol
Ondrej Korol
9,056 Points

Thanks for your reply! As you said, I will definitely build something and play with Xcode on my own. Currently I have almost finished "Build a Playlist Browser" and I am very happy with the result, because that course really give a glimpse of basics, you need to know about Xcode a UIKit. And again, as you said, I have visited StackOverflow for many times yet.

So I see that following even "old" videos has a big value! I love TreeHouse and its community! :-)