Make App Pie

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Tips to make your Swift, UIKit, and SwiftUI code the best it can be

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Make App Pie started as a blog in 2013 for programming in iOS and Python. With the introduction of Swift, We dedicated ourselves to iOS and Swift app development training materials and books. Our relationship with LinkedIn Learning (Then Lynda.com) expanded our development to include video training, including SAP Business One. 

Some of our offerings are: 

Video training development: When you need that video to help train your staff, we can help you make your own, or do all scripting, production, and editing for you. 

Written materials development: On paper or on-line, we can write your training materials or documentation.

Latest Posts

More if{}else{}

Edited Transcript Last time we learned the if-else, Let’s expand on that knowledge with more about if-else.In our code so far, we have several nested comparisons. Each makes only one comparison. What if I wanted to look at two conditions, not one? For example, what if pizzas of sizes 14 to 18 were marked on […]

Make Swift Playground Apps: Using if{}else{}

Transcript Up to now, we’ve assigned constants and variables directly. Our next step is to change them when conditions change. For that, we use the if-else construct.Let’s go back to the playground. Change the assignments on the bottom to: Add a boolean variable underneath    The if statement takes a boolean value. If true, the […]

Make Swift Playgrounds Apps : Variables and Scope

Transcript We’ve been using constants and literal up to now. However, you will want values to change as you build apps. For that, you need variables. Let’s look at variables and how to use them.  We’ll start with the same code from the last lesson. Try adding to the bottom of the code You’ll get […]

Make Swift Playgrounds Apps: Learn About Swift Types

We’ve used integers and strings so far in our code for values. We use each differently, and their use we call a type. Numbers like integers are a type, as are strings as text. Swift is a strongly typed language. To best use Swift, you need to understand the basic types.  We’re going to use […]

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