I wanted to do a simple watchOS application for womenWhoCode to show others how easy it is to create a watchOS app with SwiftUI.
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.
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.
Here's my plan to build an app that uses the cocktail DB API which can be found at https://www.thecocktaildb.com/ . I choose this API because it's free, I don't plan on posting this app on the Apple Store so they allow free use for educational purposes. It also has different endpoints and this is great… Continue reading Building an iOS app using an API
After the super challenge that was our first build week, I thought I could use some relaxing studying but it didn't happen these past two weeks. We jumped right into new content. We got to work on iOS Networking Basics. We got started with closures, followed by a new way of using enums and then… Continue reading Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 9 & 10
I didn't think that I would be able to build my own app while completing only 6 weeks at a bootcamp but I was. I had a great team and together we accomplished so much.
Half of Build Week has gone by and my group and I are pretty close to having a viable MVP product. We can now start adding more features and working on a better UI, UX experience.
What's next after tutorials and building projects?
I think that it's making contributions to open source projects. I have no idea how to do it, but I want to and that is motivation enough to figure out how and to actually do it. Follow me as I learn how to do so.
My app is finished but not yet posted on the app store. I have it on my phone but as I was playing around with it. I think I want to make some more changes. But let's go back to the creation of this app. I got the layout all done and I got the… Continue reading React Native Flashcard App from Scratch Part 3-Struggles and Final Product
After planning the app, the next step is to start coding. Knowing where to start can be overwhelming. I had a hard time figuring out how to start. But sometimes it's better to just start and move on.