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iOS

Where to start...

Hello, I started learning swift like a year ago, but not in treehouse... Now I want to start with Treehouse's iOS courses but I don't know where to star because I already know like all the basics and simple things, so it's boring to just begin with the variables and stuff.

I would like to get some advice,

Thank you

Lucas

2 Answers

Zachary Kaufman
Zachary Kaufman
1,463 Points

I did most of the iOS Beginners Development track already, but it was over a year ago. I took notes that helped me review. It was about 10-12 hours of courses I had already done. So when I decided I want to complete the track I went back to redo all the courses. If you want to find out where to begin what I would do is do all the code challenges and quizzes from the courses, any time you fail just watch the videos that immediately preceded the quiz/challenge. That worked really well for me. It only took about 30 minutes to an hour to do for all the courses combined.

Thank you so much Zachary!

This will really help me... do you actually still have your notes somewhere? Maybe you can share them, that would be amazing

Thank you,

Lucas

Zachary Kaufman
Zachary Kaufman
1,463 Points

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CTYs-bBSVvLhvNV2m-9NGUk6RGJn320iK0NtIk0BoYc/edit?usp=sharing I was never planning to share these so I never proof read, and I think most of them are still Swift 2, but you are welcome to take a look!