CS W80 Mobile App Development Using Swift

Catalog Description.
People are increasingly doing their "personal computing" using apps running on mobile devices like smart phones and tablets. Apple's iPhone and iPad are popular mobile devices, and the ability to create apps for these devices is useful. Swift is a programming language from Apple for creating apps for its various operating systems. In this project-oriented course, students will design an original mobile app, and then use the Swift language and Apple's XCode integrated development environment to implement their design. XCode includes a Simulator that allows students to test and run their apps without owning an actual Apple mobile device. Students who own an iPhone or iPad will be able to deploy their apps on their device. Prerequisite: CS 112. J. Adams. 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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