I often wonder if I could've gotten to where I am in a quicker way and there are things that I wish I knew before I started and this is a list of the 5 that stick out in my mind.
Lambda school had us create an application in which users will be able to run different "Game of Life" scenarios. It was a bit of a challenge but it was fun.
This article goes into Core Data and how it works in a high level way. It is referred to as the Core Data Stack and I will attempt at breaking it down.
There are 3 ways that an app can save items to the iOS system. This is how an iOS application will save things when you close and come back to it later. This is part 1 of 2.
In my experience the best way to truly master something is to go and try to teach others what you just learned. It's not going to be easy but it will be selfishly rewarding
I wanted to do a simple watchOS application for womenWhoCode to show others how easy it is to create a watchOS app with SwiftUI.
This sprint was titled, Intermediate Swift. That got me thinking so everything we had done for the past 13 weeks was all beginning swift. There is so much to learn about this, yikes!! But it's ok I can get through this. We started off learning about swift generics, luckily I had done some reading and… Continue reading Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 14 & 15
After a very discouraging two weeks, we moved on to learning CoreData. It was very refreshing to learn something new that didn't involve any design. Core Data was in no way easy but it was easier than programmatic UI design, Core graphics and animations. Core Data CoreData to me was like working with databases. I… Continue reading Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 12 & 13
I knew it was bound to happen I just didn't know when it would but I had to hit that learning wall at some point and this was it. I got through it but I struggled.
My first complete app from concept to finished product all by myself. I struggled, I cried, I laughed, I got super excited and I repeated this several times over and over again, but it was worth it.