Your First iOS & SwiftUI App: An App from Scratch

Jan 11 2022 · Swift 5.5, iOS 15, Xcode 13

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29. Conclusion

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Congratulations, you have completed all of the “must haves” for your first iOS app! Bullseye is now fully playable and has the core interface and gameplay logic implemented. We now have a minimal viable product - or MVP for short - that we could ship, or send off to some testers for some initial feedback.

It has been quite a journey to get to this point – if you’re new to programming, you’ve had to get a lot of new concepts into your head.

You learned the basics of SwiftUI development, including concepts like Views, View Modfiers, State, and Bindings, and the basics of Swift, including concepts like variables, constants, if statements, type inference, and the basics of iOS development, including concepts like app architecture and TDD. That was a LOT in a very short period of time!

But you did it - you made your first app, and you learned a ton along the way.

If you’re new to programming, I don’t expect you to understand 100% of everything that we did, especially not the parts that involved writing Swift code - don’t worry, we cover that in great detail in the next course. For now, all that’s important is that you’re getting used to using Xcode, and learning the basic concepts like objects, methods and variables.

You’ve got some good momentum learning iOS and Swift development, so let’s keep this going.

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