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iOS

iOS course updated or?

Hello,

does the course is still good to learn iOS for beginners and etc. The newest Swift is already 5.1.

I am new to programming and want to know if it's still worth to learn with these courses.

1 Answer

Clark Reilly
Clark Reilly
6,204 Points

It is definitely still good for learning iOS development. Swift 5 introduced few changes on the basic level and XCode will mark anything old as โ€œdeprecatedโ€ but it will still run fine. This makes it easy to pick up new syntax changes or added functionality, as important things like control flow and types are universal and never change anyway. Imo the course is excellent for learners and really teaches you the deeper functions behind the scenes so you can understand how your code actually works. That means that you can take the knowledge from here and apply it to any programming language youโ€™ll ever use. tl;dr: I would recommend it for all new iOS developers. Itโ€™s still up to date enough.