Learning Swift: Where to start?



To @staff @alish @hopscotch
I really want to learn how to code with Swift so I can make games on the AppStore. I've watched a few videos, and I know a little bit about variables. I also got the program Xcode on my Mac. I want to know how you develop apps, and where would be the best place to start learning Swift independently. 🤓

Sincerely, Tori the Crafter

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Hmm... Swift is really fun. I can't remember where I started though. I'll go check. :wink:


I'm glad you tagged me among all these awesome coders :0
I'm not entirely sure where developing apps begin, I think you have to buy a license first :wink: That's all I know as far as answering your question!


Edit: I'm looking it up, and the first result says from 10,000-250,000 depending on the app 0-0



I'm never going to make an app


Yeah, it's expensive.


Swift is an awesome language! I would start here: https://www.raywenderlich.com/category/swift
Sadly I don't have a mac so I can't program in it, but if you have any questions I might be able to help.


I think it's like $99 a year on Xcode to publish an app to the AppStore


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Instead of making an app

I'm gonna use an app :3


Ok thanks I'm going to check it out!


I wanna learn how to do Python

But when D:


There's no better time than the present



I'll do it in like...
6th grade


I think I'm gonna do coding in 6th grade


Lets just turn this into a different type of coding topic!

I wanna learn Java. Where do I start?


You can learn Java on khan academy I think


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I thought Khan Accadmey was just math stuff


There's code too I think, idk


In app store you find several tutorials about swift and Xcode it takes a lot of time to learn but when you have you can make games for App Store