Hola, Apple

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Hablemos de iOS

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Conozcamos XCode

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驴Necesito un iPhone para ser iOS Developer?

Tu primera app en iOS

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隆Hola, Mundo Apple!

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Navegaci贸n con UINavigationController

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Modales en la navegaci贸n

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Utilizando controles en c贸digo

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Autolayout vs SwiftUI

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Autolayout

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Listas con UITableView

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Celdas personalizadas para nuestras listas.

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Persistencia: UserDefaults

Manejo de dependencias

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CocoaPods

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Carthage

Servicios Web

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Primeros pasos para consumir servicios

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Afinando detalles para consumir servicios

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Convirtiendo los JSON a modelos

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Alamofire

Proyecto: PlatziTweets

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Bienvenido a PlatziTweets

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Configurando Proyecto

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Dise帽ando vistas iniciales

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Configuraci贸n de vistas iniciales

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Configuraci贸n de registro

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Descripci贸n de la API de PlatziTweets

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Conexi贸n de la API y Autenticaci贸n

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Registro de usuarios

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Dise帽o del Tweet

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Obteniendo Tweets

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Creaci贸n de vista para publicar Tweets

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Publicando Tweets

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Borrando Tweets

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Integraci贸n de la c谩mara

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Conexi贸n con Firebase

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Configuraci贸n de XCode para correr app

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Subir imagen a Firebase

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Publicar Tweet con imagen

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Tomando Videos para el Tweet

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Publicar Tweet con video

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Detalles del video

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Accediendo al GPS

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Implementando mapas con MapsKit

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Mostrando todos los estudiantes en el mapa

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Retos del proyecto

En producci贸n

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Enviar a pruebas con Firebase Distribution

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Enviar tu aplicaci贸n a APP Store Connect

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Distribuci贸n de tu app con TestFlight

iOS Avanzado

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Dark Mode

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SwiftUI

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Terminando detalles de una vista con SwiftUI

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Objective-C

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Felicidades

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UINavigationController: es un controlador de vista de contenedor que administra uno o m谩s controladores de vista hijos en una interfaz de navegaci贸n.

popViewController: Saca el controlador de vista superior de la pila de navegaci贸n y actualiza la pantalla.

pushViewController: Coloca un controlador de vista en la pila del receptor y actualiza la pantalla.

El 鈥渟how detail鈥 es como una especie de modal solo para mostrar detalles, eso es lo que entiendo 馃

SUPER PRACTICO!!! 鈥 ESO SI ME GUSTA!

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excelente el UINavigation Controller! listo para seguir

Here is a quick summary of the segues and an example for each type.

Show - Pushes the destination view controller onto the navigation stack, sliding overtop from right to left, providing a back button to return - if not embedded in a navigation controller it will be presented modally
Example: Navigating in Settings, for example tapping General > About

Show Detail - For use in a split view controller, replaces the secondary view controller when in a multi-column interface, or if collapsed to one column it will push in the navigation controller
Example: In Messages, tapping a conversation will show the conversation details - replacing the view controller on the right when in a two column layout, or push the conversation when in a single column layout

Present Modally - Presents a view controller overtop the current view controller in various fashions as defined by the modal presentation and transition style - most commonly used to present a view controller in a sheet that animates up from the bottom
Example: Selecting Face ID & Passcode in Settings

Popover Presentation - When run on iPad, the destination appears in a popover, and tapping anywhere outside will dismiss it - popovers are supported on iPhone as well but by default it will present the view controller modally
Example: Tapping the + button in Calendar

Custom - You may implement your own custom segue and have control over its behavior

Embed - You may embed a view controller into another view controller, such as navigation, tab bar, and split view controllers as well as custom containers

Unwind - You may use an unwind segue to navigate back to a previous view controller, even if there鈥檚 many screens pushed/presented on top all of them will be dismissed

The deprecated segues are essentially the non-adaptive equivalents of those described above. These segue types were deprecated in iOS 8: Push, Modal, Popover, Replace.

For more info, you may read over the Using Segues documentation which also explains the types of segues and how to use them in a Storyboard. Also check out Session 216 Building Adaptive Apps with UIKit from WWDC 2014. They talked about how you can build adaptive apps using these new Adaptive Segues, and they built a demo project that utilizes these segues.