Stanford Launches Free Course on Developing Apps with iOS 8

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Quick note: Whenever Apple releases a new version of iOS, Stanford eventually releases a course telling you how to develop apps in that environment. iOS 8 came out last fall, and now the iOS 8 app development course is getting rolled out this quarter. It’s free online, of course, on iTunes.

You can now find “Developing iOS Apps with Swift” housed in our collection of Free Computer Science Courses, which currently features 117 courses in total, including some basic Harvard courses that will teach you how to code in 12 weeks.

As always, courses from other disciplines can be found on our larger list, 1,700 Free Online Courses from Top Universities.

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  • hulk says:

    pleace send engineering book in my email pleace

  • Charles Jackson says:

    OMG!!! Very excited to try free online course from Stanford. Recently I have completed a fast track certification program on swift programming from Cestar college of Business and technology in Ontario. Hope Stanford will help me to refresh my knowledge and skills in swift programming.

  • Ron Allan says:

    The Stanford course is great. I did it from beginning to end and it has resulted in my first app in the Apple Store. After being an Android developer for the last 5 years this was the perfect course to ramp up on iOS/Swift.

    It would be nice to get the other material for the course. Only the video lectures are available. Any chance of getting the other material sent to my e-mail address?


  • Catherine Ingalls says:

    I would love any course materials also as I’m planning on taking the course too. Thanks

  • SARATHY says:

    I would like to join the course

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