aka ("Day 33 of #100DaysOfSwift and Trying to Keep Motivated")
My intent with this blog isn't to build a huge following or become a famous content creator. The purpose of this blog is just to track my learning, and maybe be a place for me to come back to later on to see how far I've come. If someone else learns from my struggles, all the better!
I'm currently doing 100 Days of Swift , and today was day 24.
"A large part of our work as iOS developers is always going to involve the fundamentals of app development: receiving some data, formatting in a specific way, and making it look good on-screen." - @twostraws
For me, a lot of today was review because in addition to Paul's incredible curriculum, I had also been building an app on the side as a personal project. My side app is a utility that takes information from the user's Paprika shopping list and adds it to a Kroger grocery cart to aid in placing curbside or delivery order. In the process of making that app, I did quite a bit of work with JSON parsing and Codable.
So anyway, that kind of went all over the place. Hello everyone, my name is Spazure and I'm finally working towards achieving my dream of being a real programmer some day. I'm starting at this a lot later in life than most students, but I'm confident that I'll be just as useful as any of the youngin's soon enough! I've got 2 years of college behind me, and I'm heading back to school in the Spring. Not to just sit and spin my wheels in the meantime, I'm starting with Swift, then moving onto updating HTML and CSS, then ultimately planning on taking a deep dive into React. Fun times are ahead!