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iOS Introduction to Table Views A High Level Overview Introduction

iOS development learning steps in Treehouse


I am a complete beginner in iOS development and in Treehouse.

in Treehouse there are 'tracks' for beginner and for intermediate student, but for some topics in 'library' like core data and table view, even though core data is labelled as intermediate, but it is not available in the 'intermediate tracks'.

so my question is, which one is the best way for me as a beginner ? just follow all sequenced topics in 'tracks' first or follow the track but sometime I need to stop to see related stuff like table view, collection view which are not listed in the track ?

thanks in advance :)

2 Answers

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,843 Points

The workshops in the library that are not in any tracks are essentially deep dives into specific topics. You should definitely take a look at them sometime, but I'd complete the iOS tracks available first

Bruce Röttgers
Bruce Röttgers
18,211 Points

I would follow first the Beginner then the Intermediate Track. If you need to know something for a project (like how to store data -> Core Data) I would take a look at the other courses.