Swiftbites

Learn how to code in swift with interactive mini lessons

#2 Product of the DaySeptember 18, 2015
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Learn to code in Swift on the go. This one's very similar to @triplejberger 's Swifty app which I'm a big fan of. http://www.producthunt.com/tech/...
@robjama @robjama Thanks for mentioning Swifty! Swiftbites looks really similar to my app. I like the gamification touch, we are currently working on adding more gamification elements to Swifty (& Javvy) as well to keep the users engaged. However I don’t like the way they are trying to fool people into buying the full course. By clicking „Yes, I’m interested [in upgrading]!“, you will start the In-App purchase without knowing that you are buying something already. (No price shown at this point!)
@triplejberger Thanks for the feedback @triplejberger! We'll definitely address the In-App purchase point you mentioned in the next release... our goal was just to have a single In-App purchase for the complete course content (similar to how people would buy an entire course) since SwiftBites initially started out as a short Web-based online course to teach people how to code in Swift. When it was packaged into an iOS app instead, we kept the Certificate of Completion, gamification, and PDF Swift Cheat Sheet aspects. The Xcode syntax coloring was inspired by your awesome app, which we're big fans of as well. It's awesome to see all of these great learning resources on Swift that get people excited about learning to code! Keep up the good work!
Just noticed the "Similar Products" tool on the right side. Good job ProductHunt, it makes a lot of sense here ;)
@alannawoj nice work!! Added to my collection - "Learn to Code" http://www.producthunt.com/@divj...
@divjpatel Thanks so much, Divyansh! I really appreciate it!
@alannawoj @divjpatel Can you please add https://www.producthunt.com/post... to your collection as well? Thanks in advance! :)
Great to see gamification of code lessons reaching mobile. Are there any alternatives out there on Android? Or any plans to port these apps to Android? @alannawoj @triplejberger
@_shaunrussell Interested in learning Java? Javvy runs on Android as well. Swifty will follow soon! www.producthunt.com/tech/javvy-2
@_shaunrussell Thanks for the note, Shaun. Yes, we do have plans to port SwiftBites to Android as well, but the timeline isn't finalized yet. Stay tuned! :)
Just submitted a new version of SwiftBites to Apple to address the concern of the IAP amount not showing on the initial modal alert, so that should be available soon. Thanks for the feedback!