My coding experience comes from scripting in bash/unix and a little in python (~10 years) but no OOP. Lot of the work I do involves learning how to run open source software to explore data and visualize it.
I have been on my iOS development learning journey since November of 2019. Most of that journey was using @twostraws Hacking with Swift free series. His stuff has been great but there are pieces in the material that seem to be missing like how to structure a project, how to connect multiple view controllers; how to pass/store variables between view controllers.
To learn some of those aspects, I have scoured the web and have been working on several App ideas as learning projects. I am no where near ready to publish anything. How to publish is also missing in a lot of the free content out there. When the spring sale came up, I checked it out and really liked the idea of having community and covering some of the topics missing from the free tutorials online.
I have been playing with a photoApp idea I have and have been struggling with zoom and pan. I found a really cool extension for UIimageView that I have expanded but haven’t gotten it to work. I plan on revisiting the scrollview method for doing this. Why isn’t zoom/pan a standard library?
I will post more on this with code as I explore it. Right now I am just getting familiar with this forum and deciding where I want to start with @Chris2’s tutorials.