In my recent course Go Further With Swift, I showed you how to code a functional iOS weather app with live weather data, custom UI components, and some slick animations to bring everything to life.
In this video tutorial from the course, you’ll see how to start adding some animation to an iOS app with Swift. We’ll begin with constraint-based animation and then advance to cross-fading the background image with a handy technique.
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In the full course, Go Further With Swift: Animation, Networking, and Custom Controls, you’ll learn some advanced skills for building professional-quality iOS apps.
App store customers expect animated, engaging apps with clear feedback on UI events. They want apps that connect to the web to get relevant, up-to-date information. And they want apps that stand out with unique custom interfaces. You’ll learn how to add all those features in this course.
Of, if you want to learn the basics of iOS app development with Swift, try some of these courses instead:
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And don’t forget that you can find some fantastic, full-featured iOS app templates on Envato Market to get your app development off to a flying start.