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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Control Flow For-In Loop

Tool Presentation

I don't know where to ask this but what tool do treehouse team use to make theses awesome presentation in the iOS Development in Swift?

3 Answers

Are you asking what software iOS and os x apps written in Swift is used, or are you asking how the employees at Treehouse make the Video tutorials and process of film production?? For the former, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) known as Xcode, downloadable from the mac app store, is where all of iOS development occurs.

Thank you, Kyle! I think I didn't make myself clear, sorry about that! In the video, they have three ways of teaching: Amit speakings, code in Playground (Xcode) and some slides!

I'd like to know what tool they use to make theses slides (the picture of a dictionary animate)

I see. Like when Amit explains what classes are then uses an animated video of a car to represent a class or blueprint.... I'm sure they use one of the pro grade video animator software applications, most likely "Final Cut Pro X", which is a Mac video editing application for serious video editing tasks.

And what tool did Amit used to dim the screen but some circle with light to point out something on presentation, if you know what I mean..

He is using a application that records the screen, and saves a video of the macbook's screen and everything that the user did during that particular recording session. These apps are almost always specifically tailored for user who want to make tutorials and presentations, and have a build in tool that allows the user to dim the screen and highlight a specific part of the screen where user wants the focus to be. Here is one app that works like this.