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iOS App Development Course

Beginner’s Guide To Starting Your Career In iOS Development 

Have you ever wondered why iOS is becoming increasingly popular? With its intuitive user interface, powerful features, and unparalleled security, iOS is quickly becoming a must-have operating system for businesses and consumers.

The rise of iOS in India has been remarkable over the last few years. According to a report, in 2021, the iOS operating system had a market share of 34.6%, making it the country’s second most popular operating system. This is up from 28.6% in 2018, an increase of 6%. This indicates that the demand for Apple products, such as iPhones and iPads, is growing in India. This is likely due to Apple’s focus on providing high-quality products and the availability of their products at affordable prices in the Indian market.


What is iOS?

iOS is the operating system developed by Apple Inc. for its devices like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It is an operating system that provides a platform for various mobile applications and services. It is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, allowing users to easily access their favorite applications and services with a few taps or swipes. iOS is based on the Darwin operating system derived from the Mac OS X operating system. It is a closed-source operating system, meaning only Apple can access its underlying source code.

The key features of iOS include a unified user interface, multitasking, notifications, AirDrop, HomeKit, and CarPlay. The unified user interface allows users to navigate different applications and services quickly. Multitasking allows users to run multiple applications simultaneously and switch between them quickly and efficiently. AirDrop allows users to share files with other iOS devices rapidly. HomeKit will enable users to control home automation systems. And CarPlay lets users connect their iPhones to their car’s infotainment system.

Course Curriculum

Start Up

  • Understanding the Development Environment
  • Installing the Tools
  •  Components of the SDK
  •  Understanding the Xcode and IB interface
  • Understanding the Playground
  • Understanding the advantages and Limitations of Simulator

Swift Programming Language(Swift Basics)

  • The language basics
  • Constants and Variables
  • Type Annotations
  • Data Types
  • Type-Safety and Inference
  • Conversions
  • Tuples
  • Optional

Basic Operators Strings and Characters Collection Types

  • Arrays
  • Dictionaries
  • Assignment and Copy behavior
  • Mutation in Collections

Control Flow

  • Conditional Statements
  • Iteration Statements
  • Value bindings
  • Control Transfer


  • Defining Functions
  • Function Parameters
  • Functions with Multiple Return values
  • External Parameters
  • In-Out Parameters
  • Function Types
  • Function Types are Parameters
  • Nested Functions


  • Closure Expressions
  • Closure Context
  • Trailing Closures
  • Closures as Reference types

Swift – OOPS Concepts Classes and Structures

  • Defining class and structure instances
  • Properties
  • Stored Properties
  • Computer Properties
  • Property Observers
  • Type Properties
  • Initializers


  1. Type Methods
  2. Instance Methods
  3. Subscripts
  • Inheritance
  • Defining Base Class
  • Subclassing
  • Overriding
  • Preventing Overrides


  1. Designated Initializer
  2. Custom Initialization
  3. Default Initialization
  4. Initializer Chaining and Safety
  • DE initialization

Automatic Reference Counting

  1. How ARC Works
  2. Strong Reference Cycles
  3. Resolving Strong Reference Cycles
  4. Reference Cycles for Closures
  5. Resolving Strong Reference Cycles for Closures
  • Optional Chaining

Type Casting

  1. Class Hierarchy for Type Casting
  2. Type Checking
  3. Down Casting
  4. Object Casting


  1. Types
  2. Methods
  3. Initializers
  4. Subscripts
  5. Nested Types


  1. Property Requirements
  2. Method requirements
  3. Mutating Requirements
  4. Protocols as Types
  5. Delegation
  6. Protocol Conformation with Extension
  7. Protocol Adaption
  8. Collections of Protocol
  9. Protocol Inheritance
  10. Optional Protocols


  1. Why use Generics
  2. Functions
  3. Type parameters
  4. Types
  5. Constraints
  6. Associated Types
  7. Where Clauses

User Interface UI basic

  • Using iPhone Project Templates
  • The Units of Measurement
  • The iOS Hello World Boilerplate Dissection
  • Understanding the App Startup process
  • The iOS Architecture
  • Retina v/s non-Retina UI considerations
  • The Developer License
  • Understanding Views and Windows
  • Creating User Interface
  • Basic GUI Components
  • UITextField, UISlider, UISegementControl, UIStepper, UIButton etc
  • Actions, Outlets and Events
  • Handling Basic Interactions
  • The Human Interface Guidelines
  • Understanding Delegation
  • Exercise – Create a Settings Controller that allows to Switch Font Sizes, Change RGB colour background, Allow Text Events

Understanding UITableView

  • Understanding UINavigationController
  • Creating a Simple Table View
  • Reusing TableViewCells
  • Customizing a Table View
  • Grouping Data in Tables
  • Selecting and Navigation in Table Views

Model Views

  • Alerting a User
  • Customization Alert Views
  • Capturing User response
  • TextField Alerts and Keyboard Styles
  • Implementing Action Sheets


  • Using a UI Collection View
  • Data Source and Delegates
  • Custom UI Collection View Cells
  • Reusing Collection Cells

Multi-View Applications

  • Container and Content Views
  • Introduction to Multi-View Applications
  • The MVC Architecture. Why and How to use MVC.
  • Sub classing Controllers
  • Creating a Utility Application and Creating Protocols
  • Implementing Different Animation for View Transitions

Basic Data Handling

  • Understanding the Controller States in Life Cycle
  • Understanding Application Document Structure
  • Understanding the Product Folder Structure
  • The Application Default Folders and File Manager
  • Capturing Files form Bundles
  • Storing and retrieving data from Files
  • Storing and Retrieving data from Plists

The Application Project Structure

  • Creating and Accessing your own Bundles
  • A Start Up Project using Different Controllers.
  • Creating a Multi-View Application from Scratch
  • Creating Scenes and Segues
  • Adding Controllers
  • Passing Data Across Scenes
  • Understanding Master-detail Application
  • Universal Applications


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Course Instructor


Arvind Kumar

Corporate Trainer

Mentored thousands of students in enhancing their skills, leading to successful job placements at renowned multinational corporations across the globe.


Seasoned IT trainer with 23+ years of experience designing and delivering impactful training programs on diverse IT topics. Possesses a strong technical background, exceptional communication skills, and a passion for facilitating knowledge transfer. Proven ability to adapt training styles to cater to various learning levels and organizational needs. Adept at creating engaging learning materials and leveraging technology for effective delivery in .NET/JAVA/MEAN/MERN and Python


Highlights About Trainer

  • Designed and delivered training programs on .NET/JAVA/MERN/MEAN and Python, catering to employees at all levels.
  • Developed blended learning programs incorporating instructor-led, e-learning, and hands-on components.
  • Created comprehensive training materials, including course manuals, lab exercises, and interactive presentations.
  • Evaluated trainee performance through assessments and provided personalized feedback for improvement.
  • Successfully transitioned existing training programs to online platforms during the pandemic.
  • Maintained a high trainer satisfaction rating, consistently exceeding performance goals.
  • Yoga expert to give tips to their students to heal them self.
  • Conducted comprehensive training sessions for employees spanning over 700 batches from Global multinational corporations such as Cognizant, Accenture, HCL, Infosys, UST Global, IBM, PTW, Deloitte, E&Y etc. to elevate their technical proficiency, fostering enhanced productivity and contributing to their overall professional development.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Technical Expertise: expertise in specific IT areas, e.g., DOTNET, JAVA, MERN, MEAN, PYTHON
  • Training Skills: Needs analysis, curriculum development, instructional design, adult learning principles, delivery methods, assessment techniques, feedback & coaching.
  • Communication Skills: Strong written and verbal communication with excellent presentation skills.
  • Technical Skills: Proficient in e-learning authoring tools and instructional technology platforms.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Active listening, empathy, rapport building, conflict resolution.



Brajesh Sharma

Full Stack Expert


Pankaj Thakur

Digital Media Marketing Expert


Manbir Singh

UI and UX Expert


Course Includes:


  • 3 Months Training on Full Stack

Lessons Timings:

  • Mon- Fri (Weekdays Classes): 2 hours’ daily
  • Weekend Classes (Office Premises): Saturday & Sunday
  • Fast Track Classes: 3-4 Hours daily Online Classes: Mon to Sun

Who This Course For:

  • Fresher’s Programmers
  • Experience +2 year learners Gap in job
  • Software Developers
  • Testing Professionals


Bsc, BCS, BCA, BE, B.Tech, MSc, MCS, MCA, M.Tech (No Previous Programming Knowledge Required)

Material Includes:

  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 10 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion