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iOS

What after building a SWIFT 2 app?

I know this is the list of swift2 related courses https://teamtreehouse.com/library/q:swift-2 and I'd like to know what would be the most logical step to follow after taking "build a simple iphone app with swift 2" (http://bit.ly/1JfPTRn)

Since this is not my first time with swift this is actually the only swift course I've taken here in TeamThreeHouse and I managed it just fine without attending to any of the more basic ones covering variables, loops, classes, etc, since I'm familiar with those concepts so trying to make a wise use of the time I'd like to know what would be everyone's recommendation about courses to take after having built the app in "build a simple iphone app with swift 2" course?

Thank you.

1 Answer

Steven Deutsch
Steven Deutsch
21,046 Points

Hey Ricardo Rodriguez,

You can continue on in the track with the Swift 2.0 Enumerations and Optionals or Swift 2.0 Protocols courses that come after Build A Simple iPhone App with Swift 2.0. However, if you're already proficient in these topics, you should just start working on a project of your own.

If you want another course where you build something, check the previous Swift Development track. There's a course where you create a Playlist Browser and another where you build a Weather App. While these courses are using the previous version of Swift, you can still make it through them if you're willing to problem solve. It's actually a good learning experience to see what is not longer supported or what changes have been made in Swift 2.0

Good Luck!

Awesome, thank you for the heads up.