iOS 15 SwiftUI 3 Loan Tracker MVVM, CoreData, and Cloud Kit [Video]

By David Kababyan
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SwiftUI 3 is one of the most popular tools for building iOS applications. In this course you will learn how to use SwiftUI features and coding to build a robust application for loan tracking. The course is focused on data passing and structuring for SwiftUI.

We will use MVVM pattern to develop an application that will use CoreData and CloudKit to save, read, update, and delete data from the CoreData and CloudKit. We will also add some custom calculations and visual interfaces to sort our payments and provide information on the loan.

By taking this course, you will learn how to pass data around our application and how to make the core part of our application work. We will use model view pattern to build the application and use Cloudkit in order to sync our local database with the cloud.

By the end of this course, you will gain a good understanding of SwiftUI and will be able to build modern and reliable iOS apps.

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Publication date:
October 2021
4 hours 15 minutes

About the Author
  • David Kababyan

    David Kababyan is a multimedia developer, CEO, and owner of iOSDevSchool. He graduated from university in 2012 with a BA in Multimedia and since then has taken various other courses for programming in PHP, Objective-C, Swift. Programming is his passion. He has been developing for iOS since 2014 and has worked on various other multimedia projects like movie shooting and editing, 3D modeling and animations, flash animations, and website design and development.

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iOS 15 SwiftUI 3 Loan Tracker MVVM, CoreData, and Cloud Kit [Video]
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