Updated for Xcode 14.1
This course taught you the most important parts of Swift in a way that I hope was clear, understandable, and practical. At this point you’re primed to build your own apps using Swift and SwiftUI.
Of course, there are lots of Swift features this course hasn’t covered, but that’s okay – you could spend months covering all the features of Swift without actually getting near building your own apps for iOS, and honestly I’m not really sure such an approach would be productive. After all, if you aren’t applying what you’ve learned, would you really remember it?
From here, I recommend your next move ought to be my free 100 Days of SwiftUI course. By working your way through Swift for Complete Beginners you’re already 15 days through the 100, and the remaining 85 teach you to apply what you’ve learned to build real apps.
Well done for making it to the end! I hope you enjoyed learning about the fundamentals of Swift, and I look forward to seeing where you go next.
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