How to get started with ios app development?

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Jan 19, 2016 11:13:47 AM via Website

With an OEM market share of 42.6% along with revenues amounting to staggering $25 billion in revenue from the store and in-app advertising, iOS apps are effective alternative to a web app. The best way to develop your iOS app is to start collaborating with an iphone app development company. As an iOS app development company, Clavax Technologies offers end-to-end solutions in the design and development of intuitive apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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Jan 24, 2016 3:37:56 PM via Website

What are you trying to explain? I don't find any needful content in your post.

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Oct 14, 2016 2:20:12 PM via Website

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Start Developing iOS Apps (Swift) is the perfect starting point for creating apps that run on iPhone and iPad. View this set of incremental lessons as a guided introduction to building your first app—including the tools, major concepts, and best practices that will ease your path.

Each lesson contains a tutorial and the conceptual information you need to complete it. The lessons build on each other, walking you through a step-by-step process of creating a simple, real-world iOS App.

As you make your way through the lessons and build the app, you’ll learn about concepts in iOS App Development, gain a deeper understanding of the Swift programming language, and familiarize yourself with the many valuable features of Xcode, Apple’s integrated development environment (IDE).

About the Lessons

In these lessons, you’ll be building a simple meal tracking app called FoodTracker. This app shows a list of meals, including a meal name, rating, and photo. A user can add a new meal, and remove or edit an existing meal. To add a new meal or edit an existing one, users navigate to a different screen where they can specify a name, rating, and photo for a particular meal.

To download the latest version of Xcode

Open the App Store app on your Mac (by default it’s in the Dock).
In the search field in the top-right corner, type Xcode and press the Return key.
The Xcode app shows up as the first search result.
Click Get and then click Install App.
Enter your Apple ID and password when prompted.
Xcode is downloaded into your /Applications directory.