Mac Development: Finish Feature or Death!

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iOS Tutorial: How to make an App (Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11)

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In this iOS tutorial you’ll learn how to make an iPhone app for beginners with no coding experience!
This tutorial is an introduction of everything you need to start making apps with Xcode 9 and other resources that Apple provides.

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This video uses the latest and greatest from Apple (Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11) and will teach you how to build a really cool iPhone app for iOS 11. This tutorial is designed for absolute beginners and no prior coding experience is required. You’ll build your very first app with cool animations and sound effects – “Hustle Mode”

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Published: 2017-10-11 02:13:53
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Git Flow Part 2 – Using Git Flow in Source Tree Tutorial

If you are not comfortable using the command line, you can use Git Flow using SourceTree. In this video, I explain how to use the simple “Git Flow” feature, in SourceTree to manage your code.

1 – Set up – 00:24
2 – Create your first “feature branch” – 02:23
3 – Finish your “feature branch” – 04:03
4 – Starting your “release branch” – 05:21
5 – Finishing a “release branch” – 06:43
6 – Hot fixes – 08:14

Check out the blog post here:
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What is Git Flow – A Solid Foundation: https://youtu.be/6LhTe8Mz6jM
Atlassian: https://blog.sourcetreeapp.com/2012/08/01/smart-branching-with-sourcetree-and-git-flow/

Channel: Reval Govender
Published: 2016-04-17 12:29:32
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Which Programming Language to Learn in 2017?

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Suggestions for programming languages to learn in this year.
New trending latest languages are listed below.

Mobile development :
1. Ios
– Swift (suggested)
– Objective C

2.Android development :
– Native application – Java and XML (suggested)
– Hybrid application – Cordova, Phonegap, Ionic framework

Web development :
1. Web designer
-HTML
-CSS
-JavaScript
-Jquery
-AngularJS

2.Web developer
– PHP (easy to learn used for small projects)(suggested for start ups)
-Java ( big projects)
-Ruby (middle level projects)
-Python
-C# and ASP

Enterprise developer :
-Java (suggested)
-Hadoop (learn R language)
-Spark
-Scala (suggested)

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Published: 2017-03-02 11:18:14
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