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iOS

Robbie Sprague
Robbie Sprague
3,075 Points

iOS Library Can you *Please recommend logical track order for entire iOS Library!

Swift, Swift basics 2.o Swift control flows etc.....what is a logical order to progress through the entire library? That is my goal.

5 Answers

Steven Deutsch
Steven Deutsch
21,046 Points

Hey Robbie Sprague,

Here's what you need to do to work through the entire iOS course content on Treehouse.

Step 1: Swift 2.0

Step 2: Swift 1.0

Step 3: Objective-C

Hope this helps

Marc Schultz
Marc Schultz
23,356 Points

If you're about to just start a track, then start with Swift 2.0. The Swift 1.0 track is similar to the Swift 2.0 track. The Swift 2.0 track is just the updated version.

Robbie Sprague
Robbie Sprague
3,075 Points

Thanks Marc Yes! I am not just starting however. I've completed several but it feels like there should be a logical order of progression instead of going from control flows to protocols to animations, enumerations and optionals, etc and randomly selecting tracks. HELP!!

Steven Deutsch
Steven Deutsch
21,046 Points

Hey Robbie Sprague,

What Marc suggested is that you enlist in the Swift 2.0 track. This will give you a proper progression of the courses. I think you are viewing the entire iOS library, which is a combination of Objective-C, Swift 1.0, Swift 2.0 courses. It would be best for you to complete the Swift 2.0 track and then work on other Swift 1.0 and Objective-C courses in the iOS Library as you see fit.

Happy New Year!

Robbie Sprague
Robbie Sprague
3,075 Points

Oh ok Great then I guess I'm DONE. I did that already.

Robbie Sprague
Robbie Sprague
3,075 Points

I actually do not feel like my original question was ever answered.

To progress "as I see fit".... I am asking "what is fitting?!" I don't know what I don't know.

I have completed Swift 2.0 Basics and Collections and Control Flows.