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Published on October 24, 2017 by CodeWithChris

Learn how to make an app even if you have no programming experience!

This is a 10 part video series designed for beginners in mind to teach the fundamental skills for making apps on iOS.

In this lesson, you’ll learn the basics of the Swift programming language starting with variables, constants and data types. These will form the building blocks for learning Swift programming!

You can download the Cheatsheet and Worksheet from here:

How to Make an App for Beginners (Lesson 5)

This video series uses the latest and greatest from Apple (Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11) and will teach a beginner with no programming experience how to make iPhone apps. I’m creating these videos with the assumption that the student has no prior knowledge and is starting from scratch.

The lesson plan for the How To Make an App series can be found on my site here:

How To Make An App (for beginners) – Start Here

For more tutorials on how to build iPhone apps, make sure you subscribe and visit my site where you’ll find a community of like minded learners! Learning something new is always more fun with other people!

Website: codewithchris.com
Twitter: twitter.com/CodeWithChris

CodeWithChris is dedicated to teaching beginners and non-programmers all about how to make an app. 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 4, Xcode 9 and app building from my course and materials!

Here’s just a sample of the success stories my students have sent in:

68 Beginners Share Their Success Stories

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world braiddat
3 days 13 hours ago

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Nair Byad
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Nair Byad
12 days 4 hours ago

First time coding since Fortran and COBOL a long time ago! Managed many IT projects, but want to build a solution myself. You are a good educator. Not sure how deep your classes go, but they are just what I need now. Great stuff.

SuperBolt
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SuperBolt
12 days 16 hours ago

my.firstLang = .swift

MrPenguini
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MrPenguini
12 days 23 hours ago

Hey Chris, amazing video btw, but right now im using XCODE 9.2, and for some reason when I make a error it does not tell me whats wrong with like urs does in this video. It just has the normal red stop sign in the top right. How can I fix this??Thanks in advance

Jim Josh
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Jim Josh
22 days 9 minutes ago

import UIKit// The start of the video is just the lesson 2 againvar imprtnt = "skip to another part of the timeline"print(imprtnt)var ans = "I learned HTML before"print(ans)

Rahul Singh
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Rahul Singh
1 month 5 days ago

Most of the viewer are aware of the programming language i think…I know very well about C…

Michael Kim
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Michael Kim
1 month 28 days ago

Hey Chris! Thank you for the awesome video. This is my first time learning any type of coding. One problem I have is that I see the line numbers on the xCode but certain lines are not showing the line numbers. So basically hen the code executes, the line numbers for valid statements disappear. Do you know how to fix this? I am using xCode 9.1.

Thanks in advance.

Michael Kim
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Michael Kim
1 month 29 days ago

Hey Chris! Thank you for the awesome video. This is my first time learning any type of coding. One problem I have is that I see the line numbers on the xCode but certain lines are not showing the line numbers. So basically hen the code executes, the line numbers for valid statements disappear. Do you know how to fix this? I am using xCode 9.1.Thanks in advance.

CodeWithChris
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CodeWithChris
1 month 22 days ago

Hey Michael, you can enable line numbers in the Xcode preferences -> Text Editing tab!

Tjon Tan
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Tjon Tan
2 months 12 days ago

Thank you Chris! This really helped me to understand Swift better and actually enjoy it! Appreciate it! Keep up with the good work 🙂

CodeWithChris
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CodeWithChris
2 months 12 days ago

Thanks Tjon!

Tjon Tan
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Tjon Tan
2 months 12 days ago

Thank you Chris! This really helped me to understand Swift better and actually enjoy it! Appreciate it! Keep up with the good work 🙂

CodeWithChris
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CodeWithChris
2 months 12 days ago

Thanks Tjon!

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