Category Archives: Class

Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 5. Revamping the logic/design

This is part 5 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. This update is mostly about the code structure and design decision about the calculator and its behavior. Technical lessons learned: Adding variable values in the middle of the string is … Continue reading

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Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 4. Autolayout

This is part 4 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress: UI elements will be evenly distributed on any size screen and orientation. Lessons learned: Autolayout is a wonderful thing and Apple does their best to help developers who would prefer … Continue reading

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Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 3. IBOutlet and button touch highlighting

This is part 3 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress Working on UIX (visual cue that a button has been touched) Lessons learned: Yes – there is only one item on this update.  Adding a state change when a … Continue reading

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Learning Swfit: Calculator App, part 2. Case, Auto Layout, Variable types

This is part 2 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress: +, -, x operations are now functional decimals also work Lessons learned: It’s easy to get caught up on a new programming language and forget to use universal concepts … Continue reading

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OL 1000/2000

As part of my professional development, graduate coursework, and work responsibilities, I will be taking a very active role in the design and instruction of OL 1000 and 2000. These are Faculty Development courses taught in conjunction with Larry Ragan. … Continue reading

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