iOS UI Development with Visual Tools

iOS UI Development with Visual Tools

iOS has visual UI development tools built right into Xcode, the IDE that iOS developers use the most. Xcode's Interface Builder provides graphical tools for manipulating layouts and views—which means little to no programming required. Interface design is a great way to break into iOS app development, or expand your programming skills to the realm of UX.
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Learn Swift 2: The Basics

Learn Swift 2: The Basics

Learn Swift 2. These tutorials take you through the basics of Swift, the fast, interactive codebase for programming iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS, and even Watch OS apps. Swift is ideal for new programmers who want to build their first apps, as well as experienced developers who are migrating from Objective-C.
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Lynda.com - Adobe Draw for Illustration

Lynda.com - Adobe Draw for Illustration

Adobe Draw is made for illustration on the go—drawing anywhere inspiration strikes. Here Von Glitschka shares his favorite uses for this iOS and Android app. New and seasoned artists alike will benefit from watching over Von's shoulder to see how he transitions a hand-drawn sketch to the iPad and adds details and color with Adobe Draw.
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JavaScript for Web Designers

JavaScript for Web Designers

Web designers can significantly expand their skill set and job prospects by getting comfortable with javascript. It allows you to do things with your websites that would be impossible with HTML and CSS alone. Learn some basic, real-world uses for javascript in this course with Joe Chellman. You'll find out how to work with javascript in the browser and in a code editor, add javascript to a form, read data from that form, and check input for errors. Plus, learn how to transform a long, scrolling page into a smart and stylish tabbed interface and add interactive content through APIs like Google Maps.
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CSS Fundamentals (new 30-Mar-2016)

CSS Fundamentals

CSS (aka Cascading Style Sheets) is one of the "big three" languages of the web. It's used to style text, images, and other page elements, and control their positioning on webpages. CSS saves time because you can change the look of everything on your page—or just one element or section—with a simple line of code. After you have mastered HTML, CSS is the logical next step.

CSS Fundamentals covers the basic concepts, terminology, and techniques you need to read and write CSS. It's for people who want a big-picture overview before taking hands-on courses. Author James Williamson explains how CSS affects text, borders, backgrounds, and images; how CSS works with HTML; and how the W3C's evolving CSS specification impacts designers. He also reviews some of the most popular CSS editors and frameworks and lists online tools and resources for further study.
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IT Administrator's Guide to Mac OS X El Capitan

IT Administrator's Guide to Mac OS X El Capitan

Sean Colins takes a look at Mac's latest operating system-El Capitan-focusing on the key topics IT administrators need to know to perform their job. Sean dives into assessing and planning the migration to El Capitan, and then provides the steps necessary to install and configure the OS. He show users how to back up and migrate data, as well as what's needed to manage applications effectively. The course also covers system monitoring, adding peripherals, networking, and Active Directory integration. Finally, Sean shows viewers how to troubleshoot common problems and collect system information and other documentation.
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Lynda.com - Code Clinic: JavaScript

Lynda.com - Code Clinic: JavaScript

Successful programmers know more than a computer language. They also know how to think about solving problems. They use "computational thinking": breaking a problem down into segments that lend themselves to technical solutions. Code Clinic is a series of ten courses where lynda.com authors solve the same problems using different programming languages. Here, Ray Villalobos works with javascript.
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