The lectures for the Spring 2020 version of Stanford University’s course CS193p (Developing Applications for iOS using SwiftUI) were delivered to our students in an on-line fashion due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Stanford has made these lecture videos available to all by posting them on its YouTube channel (links below). This website was set up to give everyone access to the supporting material that was distributed to students during the quarter (homework, demo code, etc.).
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Her’s the first vid:
It looks pretty good! I wonder if we should run a group journal on it
At first I was like “Doesn’t seem to be that many video lectures…” But then I saw that they are about 1.5 hours a piece … eegads!
Sometimes I don’t always have access to my Macbook Pro but I still want to play with some Swift code snippets on my Windows PC. Instead of trying to configure Swift to run on Windows, I will use REMObjects Elements Water IDE. It can compile various incarnations of various languages and even mix them - for a fee, but it’s Swift implementation, Silver, is free. But of course, you can use an online IDE like repl.it if you have access to the internet.