Your First iOS App | Ray Wenderlich

If you're a complete beginner to iOS development and wondering how to get started, this is the course for you!

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Hi that was great course for the beginner Your First Ios App, i learn so much, thought i wondering if you have tip for how can i save highest score in my Eys bull app?

I’m so glad to hear you learned a lot in this course!

To learn more about Saving Data iOS, I’d recommend this course:

Hi Ray, when I downloaded the project files via the ‘download project files’ link, I couldn’t find the html file among the files. I have gone into each folder but can’t find the file anywhere. Hope you can help.


Here you go :slightly_smiling_face: :

Hope this’ the file you’re looking for.

Thanks, but to be able to save highest score, do i need to build BullsEye game in SpriteKit? :slight_smile:

No, you can save the higheset score using normal iOS APIs, whether or not you are using SpriteKit for the UI.

OK thanks, but do you recommend any tutorial or course/article for the IOS Api’s?

Yes, I would recommend this course:

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Hi rwenderlich
Thanks brother
I finish this course , what next ?

After this course, I would recommend our course Programming in Swift. If you’re ever wondering the order in which to watch our courses, check out our iOS and Swift for Beginners learning path here:

I hope that helps! :]

Hi! I found one problem in tutorial 4.3.

Got a “Could not instantiate class named WKWebView because no class named WKWebView was found” error running the provided code.

Solved by adding the WebKit.framework to the project.

I am using XCode 10.2

Thanks very much for this tutorial. I have also had the same error regarding WKWebView, but solved it in the same way as above, by installing the webkit framework - perhaps this is all part of the learning process…?! Either way, was again good for my own development.

I also had some errors when quitting out of the Simulator, but another trip to google suggested that this was perfectly normal.

Lots and lots to digest, and now that I’ve subscribed for a month and started the next part (Programming in Swift) I’m hoping that some of the misty parts will begin to clear.

See you on the other side! Thanks again.

I’ve studied other Swift tutorials (and I’ve created small apps for personal use) so I’m not brand-new to Swift/iOS. However, I learned things in this first tutorial that I didn’t know!

I loved that this tutorial took on many concepts, but was not overwhelming nor too fast.

I look forward to continuing learning from Ray!

Thanks for the kind note, and I’m so happy to hear that you learned some new things even though you already have some experience!

I hope our tutorials continue to be useful for you :]

Awesome course. Love the way how teach everything, english it’s not my native lenguage, and even so, was so easy to understand all. Congrats for your work!

@fel_mardones Really glad you like it! Cheers! :]

Hi, thank you so much for this awesome course! By the way, I just finished the part 4 of Swift 4, iOS 12, Xcode 10 version. I have a question about Partial Curl transition. When I click the upper half page on About Author page on the simulator, it just went back to the previous info page although I did not click the close button. It only happened with Partial Curl transition, not Flip Horizontal or default transition. Is it a bug or a feature of Partial Curl transition? Thank you.