I have never been attracted by the mobile development but yet, a few days ago, I decided to start studying Swift to develop apps for the Apple ecosystem.
The last time I develop a mobile app it's been at the University. My app was an academic transcript - I developed it for myself initially - where students could see they grades and some statistics like the average.
But at some point I didn't find the mobile development so interesting. I was interested in the web development: web apps, front end mainly.
But, as I said, a few days ago I convinced myself to give another try with the mobile development starting with Swift. I was watching at the Apple event One More Thing where Apple announced the new M1 processor and the Universal Apps: iPhone and iPad apps can run on Macs now. I found it interesting so I quickly updated my Macbook Air installing Big Sur and some updates for Xcode. Then I got started.
I am totally new to Swift and to the Apple apps. So I searched for a good entry level course. I found the 100 Days of Swift vert comprehensive - thanks Paul.
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Other resources I found interesting for an entry level:
Well then.. Good luck to me!