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Stanford University have put the course online and through Youtube for free due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, now you have a chance to say you studied at Stanford too

About The Course
Stanford's CS193p course, Developing Applications for iOS, explains the fundamentals of how to build applications for iPhone and iPad using SwiftUI. Most recently offered in Spring quarter 2020, the lectures were given to Stanford students in an on-line format due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Stanford is in the process of making these on-line lecture videos available for all via YouTube (two per week).

SwiftUI is brand new, having only shipped a few months before this course was taught. Thus it may well be that by the time you are watching it, some of the course's content will already be out of date as updates to SwiftUI occur, requiring some adjustment as you watch. That is normal for new technology.

The first two lectures are already available and more will follow soon.

Massive credit also to the OP at MyDealz for sharing this earlier

Hope it helps someone.
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I learnt to develop apps for android a couple of years ago and found it really interesting. I don't have an apple phone but may have a look just out of curiosity
Nice to see this posted here. Although I think it has always been free. Just had to go to Stanford’s website.
mutley124/05/2020 15:23

I learnt to develop apps for android a couple of years ago and found it …I learnt to develop apps for android a couple of years ago and found it really interesting. I don't have an apple phone but may have a look just out of curiosity


Is there one for Android?
Zameen24/05/2020 19:13

Is there one for Android?


yeah, but not on the standford site. it is run by MIT through youtube videos. it called appinventor. i really enjoyed messing around with it but i haven't built anything to use myself as i find most apps i need are free and they are built better than i ever can with appinventor.

i did build FTSE 100 index feed app alert and other stocks price alert, but it stopped when yahoo finance stopped the data stream and you had to pay to get the data. i wasn't going to do that as i am too tight
mutley124/05/2020 19:48

yeah, but not on the standford site. it is run by MIT through youtube …yeah, but not on the standford site. it is run by MIT through youtube videos. it called appinventor. i really enjoyed messing around with it but i haven't built anything to use myself as i find most apps i need are free and they are built better than i ever can with appinventor.i did build FTSE 100 index feed app alert and other stocks price alert, but it stopped when yahoo finance stopped the data stream and you had to pay to get the data. i wasn't going to do that as i am too tight


Is there no other free feeds
Zameen24/05/2020 21:19

Is there no other free feeds


no, i looked and as it is financial data that investors use, who has money to pay for it, they don't give them out for free. i managed to get it for just over a month before it was pulled so it was satisfying to have developed something that worked

i started to learn to develop the apps because i could not find any financial app like that and i think it is because of the availabilty of the live data stream as it is very costly to get access to, but also it may not be in big demand.

if you are interested in learning to build apps for android, appinventor tutorials are a great way to learn and mess around. you can build all sorts of things if you have the time to invest.
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