Yep, it is extremely comprehensive. I don't know how deeply they cover SpriteKit though, but even if they don't cover it at all, I would recommend taking the entire course first to get the language down, learn how to implement API's, etc. then I would learn SpriteKit after you have iOS development down pat. I would definitely recommend the course. I truly cannot overstate how pleased I am with their iOS course, it took me from zero (with some minor OOP experience) to making really cool apps.Does it teach me everything about ios 8 , I would like some sprite kit and game integration. I dont have obj-c knowledge but I know Java and OOP basic
How are you going to feel once you bust your butt to write an app, market it, put everything you have into it, and see it get pirated and downloaded thousands of times with nothing coming back to reward you for all your efforts. Will you be cool with piracy then?I dont know if I should buy it for $89, I already bought an ios 8 course for $29 and got refudned and still got the lecutres so I might wait till the ios 8 from bitfountain gets pirated .
If it was some fat-cat RIAA industry record producer you were pirating I wouldn't really care, but the guy who makes that course I suggested to you is a really awesome and hard working teacher. It's wrong to pirate his hard work, he deserves every penny and then some.I am saying that if you can get something for free, why not ? I am not the one pirating it, so I am doing nothing wrong, If I cant afford it I still wont buy it so they still wont get my money so instead of me getting nothing ill still get what I need.
When you download a copy of a pirated work, you become a pirate as well....but i am not the one pirating his course.
How do you know how much he's making (profit) from the course and why do you get to decide how much he's allowed to make?But I think if he makes around 100k from a course is enough
A simple answer: you pay for it because it's the right, ethical thing to do.But if you can get something for free why pay for it ? thats the simple question
The normal price for the course on bitfountain is $499 and not $1000 as shown on stacksocial.It's normally $1,000 for this course, and you can now buy it for less than $100. What's the problem? Are you really so poor you can't afford $89? I suppose you spent less than $89 on the device you're using to get on this forum? Perhaps you spend less than $89 PER MONTH on the service you use for cable/phone/internet? Only a homeless person who happens to want to learn Swift can't afford $89. Everyone else CAN afford it, but they're just too cheap to purchase goods and services legitimately.
Yeah, I noticed that too! What's up with that? Why does StackSocial say it's $998 for the course when it's listed at $499? Did the price USED to be $998 when they started selling it, and then they lowered it? Or is it false advertising on the part of StackSocial?The normal price for the course on bitfountain is $499 and not $1000 as shown on stacksocial.
Pretty sure it has always been $499 which is the same as their ios 7 course.Yeah, I noticed that too! What's up with that? Why does StackSocial say it's $998 for the course when it's listed at $499? Did the price USED to be $998 when they started selling it, and then they lowered it? Or is it false advertising on the part of StackSocial?
They have three courses. The iOS 7 and 8 courses, but they also have a free game development course using spritekit. I would recommend doing the iOS 7 course before doing either of the other two.You wont be able to enter my house haha. But piracy is a different thing, it has been living for a long time, and will NEVER be stopped by any way.
Is it basically a full course? What will I be able to do after completing it? Will I be able to develop ios apps and games and use spriteKit and metal and different ios api's camera bluetooth etc ?