iOS 10.3.2 – How to Build Your First iOS App (Xcode) – Sliders (Objective-C)

In today's video I will show you how to build an application in Xcode that uses sliders to control the value of an integer. This tutorial is for beginners who wanna learn how to build their own iOS applications in Objective-C programming language. Xcode is definitely a very good tool and easily understandable, so it should not pose very big difficulties to the beginner developers.

In my Xcode tutorials playlist you can also find more videos related to Xcode iOS Application Development for beginners. In one of the videos I've also shown you how to build a modern looking interface for your application, so definitely check them out.

If you don't have Xcode already installed, you can download it from Apple's official website for free. You can build very powerful apps in Objective-C or Swift but you will have to learn it bit by bit. Keep in mind that I am not an expert myself, I am also learning with you, so this means we're making the progress together.

If you have any questions, fell free to ask them down below.



==Resources==
Xcode Download
How to build a modern interface for your iOS App in Xcode
Start Guide on Xcode
iOS 10.3.2 – Features, Changes, Battery Life, 32-Bit Speed
iOS 11, WWDC 17 & iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Info, Save SHSH2
Yalu Jailbreak Forever – How to Resign Yalu Automatically (No PC)
Building your first iOS App With XCODE

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