Description of App
Easily learn how to code in Swift directly on your iPhone or iPad! Includes dozens of fun and fully interactive mini lessons and tutorials.
WHAT OUR USERS ARE SAYING
5 Stars - “Very informative. It is the only app I know that lets you type in the code. This is important for learning efficiently. Bravo."
5 Stars - “Better than the docs! I don’t have much free time at home to go through the Swift docs, but I have time to kill on the daily commute. This pocket sized Swift resource just fits the bill perfectly."
WHY USE CODE SWIFT?
Want to be a better writer? Write more!
Want to be a better coder? Code more!
Want to be great in Swift? Write more Swift code!
Code Swift offers you bite-sized lessons where you have to write your own Swift code! You will be amazed how swiftly you can learn to code! Code Swift starts with the basics and assumes you have no prior programming experience.
Code Swift offers a totally unique experience by challenging you to write your own code from start to finish. There really is no faster and more enjoyable way to learn than writing your own code. Our build in code checker instantly offers valuable tips and suggestions. It is like having a code guru sitting next to you to help you along and accelerate your learning and make sure that you won’t get frustrated, stuck, and give up.
Afraid of getting stuck? Don't be! As soon as you make a mistake, you see a red exclamation mark. Just press on it to get step by step guidance and help so you are never stuck and never alone!
Need more help? Just press on the video tutorial to have someone walk you through the exercise and explain everything in more detail.
Code Swift Chapters:
1. Swift basics
2. True or False
3. If statements
6. Loop de loop
15. Tips and Tricks
The first chapter is completely free. All other chapters can be unlocked with a single in-app-purchase. Once purchased, you will instantly qualify for all future additions and updates including future chapters.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at support at grasshopperapps.com
From what I have experience, this app is completely accessible! The videos are accessible. But, since a sighted person is doing the video, they sometimes do refer to parts of the code without audibly indicating the exact code. But, if you braille out or note down the code, you can easily figure out what they are talking about, and sometimes this isn't even necessary. In coding, capitalization and all of that sort of thing are very particular, and so a braille display or reading by character will be appropriate, but the app is extremely accessible.