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Published on May 31, 2017 by CodeWithChris

Learn how to build an app with this tutorial for beginners.

Using Swift 3 and Xcode 8, you’ll learn the basics of how to navigate Xcode, construct a user interface, write Swift code and hook up visual elements to handle user interaction.

This video is part of the lesson plan which can be found here:

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The source code and image assets for this video are here:

How To Make A Dice Roll iPhone App

If you’ve completed this app, I want to hear from you!

How To Make A Dice Roll iPhone App

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Best of all, learning how to build apps yourself is free (compared to paying a freelancer or consultant to create the app for you). You don’t need any coding or programming experience to start and soon you’ll find that coding isn’t that intimidating at all!

CodeWithChris is dedicated to teaching beginners and non-programmers all about building iOS apps. On the site, you’ll find a ton of free resources and tutorials to aid you on your journey to learn iOS development. Many people have successfully picked up Swift 3, Xcode 8 and app building from my course and materials!

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“Heartbreaker” by Jahzzar (www.betterwithmusic.com/)

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21 Comments on "Step by Step: How To Build An App – Dice Roll (for beginners)"

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lori bb
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lori bb
2 days 5 hours ago

you are amazing, thank you for your time spent on making this videos.

Jeff McCourt
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Jeff McCourt
8 days 23 minutes ago

I'm looking to get started making apps. I'm on a low budget, and thinking about buying a used Mac mini. Would this computer work and what is the minimum operating system Xcode needs to be installed? Thanks for all of your videos. They are very inspiring.

Kev A.
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Kev A.
22 days 9 hours ago

Thanks for the tutorial. When we create our own apps, will the code always be in viewController class, or can it be outside the class also?

LeoTAC
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LeoTAC
27 days 12 hours ago

Chris, I want to buy 2 courses you offer, my dad sent you an email, did you get something with a subject of : payment at once ? we are waiting for the reply so that is why I ask

nero jun
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nero jun
29 days 52 minutes ago

Thank you so much I completed this app, and I'm looking forward to create more heavy apps, big time, I really like the way are you explain things so keep it up!

jmoral214
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jmoral214
29 days 6 hours ago

Hello Chirs, my name is Justin and i just want you to know how much i appreciate you and your videos. they really help a lot and they are very easy to follow. As not many people would take the time to post videos like this let alone take the time to make them easy to follow. thank you for everything and allowing me to begin my future! thank you -justin

LeoTAC
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LeoTAC
29 days 15 hours ago

Chris, on the end you said, you can test it with your phone, but I tried and it doesn't work, do i have to have a developer $99  year program from apple?

LeoTAC
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LeoTAC
1 month 1 day ago

This is awesome! Just love it!

CodeWithChris
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CodeWithChris
1 month 8 hours ago

+LeoTAC thank you!

venkat prabhu
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venkat prabhu
1 month 13 days ago

Awesome tutorials but when run your projects the application gonna crash because of Xcode version changesCould you make a video regarding Xcode updates and how to deal with it ?

s0mojo
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s0mojo
1 month 15 days ago

Awesome video, many thanks from a newbie to Swift and iOS dev!

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