It's not easy to keep your coding skills sharp, but with Unwrap you can now master the fundamentals of Swift, take practice tests, and keep learning Swift wherever you want – all on your iPhone or iPad.
Even better: it's free, with no in-app purchases.
Learn on whichever device you prefer, and have your progress automatically sycned between your devices.
Read each chapter, or watch 100 videos teaching the fundamentals of Swift – all available for offline viewing.
Every chapter you complete and every test you take earn points so you can track your learning journey.
Unwrap is free on the App Store, and has no in-app purchases. Its code is even on GitHub for everyone to read!
Unwrap is designed to help you learn all the fundamental features of Swift right on your iPhone and iPad, then practice to keep your skills fresh.
The app includes:
How can I report a bug?
If you hit any problems with the app, please let me know and I'll try to get it resolved. Make sure you specify what device you're using as well as which iOS version.
Why wasn't my Free Coding answer accepted?
The Free Coding activity asks you to solve a problem in Swift, and attempts to evaluate whether the code you entered solves the problem or not. Although I've made every effort to make it as thorough as possible, some "creative" solutions might still be marked as wrong. Please let me know and I'll try to fix the app.
What are the points for?
The points and levels help you keep track of your progress.
You earn points for each chapter you read, each test you take, and each practice and challenge you complete. You can share your score with your friends by tapping Share Score on the home page. Unless you're taking a challenge, you get the same number of points regardless of how many mistakes you make – you earn points for trying your best, not for answering everything perfectly. If you want to go back and take a test again to improve your score, go for it!
Can I retake daily challenges?
No; daily challenges can be taken only once a day. Please wait until tomorrow before trying again.
Can I feature Unwrap on my site?
Is the source code for Unwrap available?
Yes! It's available on GitHub at https://github.com/twostraws/Unwrap, so you can see how the app's structured, learn from the code, and – if you want – contribute patches.
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