SwiftUI is becoming increasingly popular in the iOS community. Developers are raving about the productivity gains, when using SwiftUI framework. I have been using SwiftUI since its release and I can definitely vouch for its popularity. Some of the interfaces that I designed using UIKit in 4–6 hours, took less than an hour in SwiftUI.

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SwiftUI — Declarative Interfaces for Any Apple Device ($10.99)

MVVM Design Pattern in SwiftUI

The Complete Hands-On SwiftUI Apps Using Firebase

Composable SwiftUI Architecture Using Redux

There is no doubt that SwiftUI is the future. I believe that we must start learning SwiftUI today, so we will be comfortable with it tomorrow. To make your SwiftUI transition easier, I am providing discounts on all of my SwiftUI courses. You can get all three of my SwiftUI courses for just $9.99 each.

SwiftUI — Declarative Interfaces for Any Apple Device ($10.99)

This course is a great way to introduce yourself to SwiftUI development. A 21+ hour course goes into details of the architecture of SwiftUI and how you can make practical, real world applications using SwiftUI framework.

MVVM Design Pattern in SwiftUI

SwiftUI declarative nature allows MVVM design patterns to fit in perfectly. In this course, you will learn how to develop SwiftUI applications using MVVM architecture.

The Complete Hands-On SwiftUI Apps Using Firebase

SwiftUI makes designing the user interface a breeze but what about the backend. In this course, you will learn how to integrate Firebase with SwiftUI to develop serverless applications. You will learn Firestore database, authentication, Firebase storage and much much more.

Composable SwiftUI Architecture Using Redux

In this course, you will learn the Redux design pattern which is an alternate approach for building SwiftUI applications. In this course, you will start from the beginning and learn all the pieces of Redux pattern. By the end of this course, you will be able to create real world applications in SwiftUI using the Redux design pattern.

I really hope you enjoy the courses and start building SwiftUI apps!

Thank you for your continuous support and happy new year!

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iOS Developer, speaker and educator. Top Udemy and LinkedIn instructor. Lead instructor at DigitalCrafts. https://www.udemy.com/user/mohammad-azam-2/

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