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You’ll begin with Swift programming basics—including guidelines for making your code "Swifty"—and learn how to work with Xcode and its built-in Interface Builder. Then you’ll dive step-by-step into building and customizing a basic app for taking, editing, and deleting selfies. You’ll also tune and test the app for performance and manage the app’s presence in the App Store.
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Swift 4 basics: Learn Swift’s basic building blocks and the features of object-oriented development
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Polishing Selfiegram: Create a theme and support for sharing and add custom views, image overlays, and localization
Beyond app development: Debug and performance test with Xcode, automate chores with Fastlane, and user-test the app with TestFlight
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