Learn how to make online games, and apps for iOS12, like Pokémon , Twitter, Whatsapp , CoreML (Machine Learning)
English | 13+ hrs | Video: 720p
The course is being updated with new content every few days! In iOS 12 Bootcamp we are going to teach you how to become an iOS developer in few weeks. This course is designed for absolute beginners as well as intermediate developers. If you want to learn how to Develop iOS Apps, you have come to the right place. Our complete iOS12 BootCamp teaches you how to code using Swift 4.2 and build iOS 12 apps. Even if you have ZERO programming experience, this course is for you!
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Behind every polished iOS app is a thoughtful plan. By understanding and applying the fundamental concepts behind iOS application architecture, you can ensure that the software you develop is well-understood, flexible, and easy to extend or refactor. In this course, instructor Károly Nyisztor dives into these concepts, helping to familiarize you with the basics of iOS application architecture and design best practices.
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 2:20:40 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 420.8 MB
ASP.NET MVC provides great features and functionality out of the box, but there's more you can do to optimize your code. Learn how to build applications for long-term productivity and maintainability by streamlining your views, controllers, and models, in this deep dive course from Jess Chadwick. Discover how to separate application and business logic, reuse and simplify views, manage dependencies, reduce markup with HTML helpers, and apply patterns to increase productivity and simplify controller logic. Plus, learn how to take advantage of feature folders, which groups all necessary controllers, views, and models for a feature within a single folder, reducing navigation and search time and enabling feature scaling and code reuse.
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 2:26:23 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 317.0 MB
C++ is an efficient and versatile programming language. C++ powers systems software, desktop applications, and even video games, and it's the language that helped land humans on the moon. Simply put, C++ is a must-know for any modern-day programmer—and it's a great place to get started if you're programming for the first time. This course will get you up and running fast. Instructor Erin Colvin covers simple data types, including numbers and strings; flow-control features like loops and if, else, and switch statements; and functions, the code that encapsulates tasks your program performs. Dr. Colvin also covers working with files and special data structures such as classes and linked lists. Each chapter is full of practical code examples and challenges to help you practice your C++ skills
Distributed Tasks Demystified with Celery, SQS & Python
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 4.5 Hours | Lectures: 38 | 1.29 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Improving Machine Learning with Continuous Learning Models
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | 222 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
The goal of this course is to introduce you to the techniques used to develop applications for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch using the iOS 11 operating system, the Swift programming language, version 4, and Xcode. Apple has provided good documentation on Swift through its eBook releases and internal documentation. In the course, we™ll rely on that documentation and fill in the gaps where necessary.
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 2:33:19 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 609.9 MB
Creating intricate, eye-catching animations for your iOS apps is key to delighting your users and making the interactive experience something they will remember. In this course you can explore the Core Animation API, from basic layer animations to custom view controller transitions and 3D animations. Instructor Harrison Ferrone shows how to build simple layer animations, debug layer trees for cleaner Swift code, group animations, and add easing, looping, and transitions—all the features you need to create professional-looking UI animation. Plus, learn how to animate gradient color shifts, shapes, and the position of objects along a path; develop custom actions and transactions; and build 3D effects, including particle emitters. By the end of the course you'll have the foundations to create complex and beautiful iOS animations entirely through code.
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 1:55:26 | English | Subtitles: n/a | 329.1 MB
Python is hugely popular, boasts an elegant syntax, and has played a notable role in the rise of the open-source community. While this highly readable language can add value to any developer's toolkit, it can be of particular help to C# developers who want to better grasp how .NET is shifting to embrace the open-source community. In this course, Reynald Adolphe helps to acquaint C# developers with Python by helping them leverage what they already know. Throughout the course, Reynald highlights the similarities and differences between Python and C# as he goes over key concepts such as functions, conditional statements, and how to create and work with classes. He also demonstrates the four pillars of object-oriented programming—abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation—as he walks through the creation of a salary calculator.
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 4:33:36 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 985.0 MB
Microsoft Azure offers a wide variety of valuable services that can help mobile developers create engaging apps. In this project-based course, instructor Albert Lo helps Android developers get up to speed with these services as he steps through how to create a fully-functional bookmarking app using an Azure backend. Discover how to set up and configure a minimal Azure backend, set up Gradle library modules, and use Azure authentication. Plus, learn about Azure client library queries and operations, bookmark UI functionality, offline sync and conflict resolution, and more.
All websites should be using secure connections over HTTPS by default. Web browsers have evolved and warn users whenever sites allow insecure connections. At the same time, the Let's Encrypt project has made it easy to install SSL certificates for free. In this course, instructor Kevin Skoglund explains what an SSL certificate is, how it is used to encrypt communications between a server and a browser, and how to choose the domain scope and validation type. He demonstrates how to install free certificates from Let's Encrypt using Certbot or install purchased certificates from a traditional certificate authority. He shows how to configure the web server to default to HTTPS and how HSTS directives can tell browsers to always use HTTPS.