iOS 10 & Swift 3: From Beginner to Paid Professional™ Review by Mark Price - LoudProgrammer

iOS 10 & Swift 3: From Beginner to Paid Professional™ Review by Mark Price

The most comprehensive course on iOS development – become a master of app development.

Course by Udemy instructor Mark Price

What you will learn:

  • Build iOS 10 & Swift 3 apps
  • Work as an iOS contractor
  • Apply to jr. iOS development jobs
  • Submit iOS apps to the Apple App Store


  • Must have a computer with OSX or macOS on it

(Click here to view this course on Udemy)


Welcome to the world’s most comprehensive course on iOS development. This course is designed like an in-person coding bootcamp to give you the most amount of content and help with the least amount of cost.

Here are some of the things you’ll be able to do after taking this course:

  • Submit apps to the app store
  • Understand programming & basic algorithms
  • Work fluently with Swift 3 & iOS 10
  • Apply to jr iOS development jobs
  • Work as an iOS contractor

If you are absolutely new to programming you should start at the beginning of the course and go to the end.

I’ve designed this course to take you down a guided learning path. Lectures are not broken out by specific topics. You build apps and then learn a ton of principles within those apps. So don’t skip around!

If you already know Swift then you can skip the Swift section since the changes between Swift 2 and Swift 3 are minor.

Swift 3 broke a lot of things in Swift 2. We cover those changes periodically throughout the course so don’t worry about watching Swift videos again if you already know Swift.

If you are a student of iOS 9: From Beginner to Paid Professional then feel free to start taking this iOS 10 course.

Keep in mind that this iOS 10 course has a bunch of new apps. So there is a HUGE benefit to ALSO go through the iOS 9 course – or you’ll miss out on awesome content.

Don’t forget to join the free live community where you can get free help anytime from other students and teacher’s aides.

(Click here to view this course on Udemy)

Who is the target audience?
  • If you are an absolute beginner to coding take this course
  • If you are an absolute beginner to iOS or mobile development then take this course


By Jeremy Clerico

It was a really awesome course. I have followed every video and learned a lot of stuff from coding in swift and objective-c to design skills. Thanks to Mark Price and Devslopes team. Now I’m planning to take fresh new iOS 11 course from site.

Thanks a lot.

By Marco Cotugno

The class is Awesome! Mark and the other guys are great teacher… it is not the first time i try to learn how to code an app… and to be honest when i bought this course i was a little skeptical…especially at the beginning when i was listening to the same thing i’ve listen 100 of times…I have to make amend and admit that this is very well done… many examples (which by the way you will be able to re-use while building your own apps) and very well explained! I definitely do not master swift yet… but it’s obvious….it’s just a couple of months.. and what i’ve been able to do after this class.. goes way beyond even my expectations…This i why i bought all the iOS 11 class… i do really like the way these guys let you understand how things are done!!! great job guys! keep it up… so now my half rate less explanation…. nothing major but i have to give you guys two annotation… :) 1) i know it’s an iOS 10 class.. but for example the snapchat app it’s totally totally different from how swift is now…. it really needs to be updated… i haven’t been able to follow that section… 2) this is just for fun… but… Jess… your accent drove me crazy… your British accent is sooooo hard to understand… it took me a while and still i’m missing a lot of what you say… but besides that… great job man! great job you ‘all! Thanks! :)

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Geoffrey is a lead software developer, author and writer. He writes code from scratch and frequents GitHub. He also writes and talks about technology trends, small business tips and software developer productivity hacks. He is no coffee addict.

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