Master Swift Training

Learn Swift to build apps for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, Linux, and z/OS

  • 16-hours of Instructor-led Training
  • Comprehensive Hands-on training with Swift
  • Learn the basics of Swift
  • Focus on the design aspects of Swift Language and the best practices in Swift
  • Create a self-contained Swift Project
  • Get Free E-learning Access to 100+ courses

Why learn Swift?

In today’s world, apps have become a predominant feature of digital interaction.  The more mobile we are, the more mobile we want our information to be.  This has led to a steep increase in the demand for apps and app developers.  An iOS app developer is a promising career and mastering a language like Swift from Apple will help you land your dream job.  There is a huge demand for iOS app developers who are a coveted lot considering they design apps for a market that is estimated to be around 29 billion U.S. dollars.

Swift is an open source and intuitive programming language developed in the labs of Apple that enables building apps for iOS, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Watch.  With its safe and reliable code, Swift developers can create richer app experiences. It is also a fast and efficient language that gives real-time feedback and can be easily incorporated into existing Objective-C code.  Some of the top apps that use Swift are Khan Academy, LinkedIn, Airbnb and Eventbrite. Swift ranks #10 in programming languages according to TIOBE index. 

Top-notch companies like Uber, Lyft, Asana, Apple, and many more have endorsed Swift and are using it to develop codes for iOS, Watch OS, Linux, and TVOS. Also, this language offers value-added features of Objective-C, allowing them to build user-friendly and engaging apps.

Benefits Of Swift Language

Apple describes its Swift language as “Objective-C without the C”.  Reason – Swift is as fast and efficient as Objective-C and also gives real-time feedback.  Swift offers clean syntax, safer platform, fewer legacy codes, great speed and above all, can be easily incorporated into existing Objective-C code.  Let us look at how a Swift certification is going to benefit you.

  • The average salary for mobile app developers is around $139,000 
  • There is a steady increase in the demand for people who build mobile apps and is projected to hit 14 million mark by the year 2020.
  • If you are well-versed in Swift, you can develop apps for a variety of platforms including iOS, Android and Linux. 
  • Top companies that are using Swift to develop apps are constantly looking out for new talent thus providing a huge job market for talented developers. 
  • If you like to be your own boss, you can also register as a freelancer with websites like Upwork and get paid by the hour in dollars.

Organisations can also benefit by using Swift to develop their apps.

  • There is no licensing cost for organizations to use Swift as it is Open-source. 
  • Research for new features will be easy as queries will be easily answered by thousands of members of the Swift open-source community.
  • Swift supports a variety of platforms like iOS, Android and Linux. 

So, if you know the basics of object-oriented programming and programming in general, and desire to build your career in app development, enrol now for Swift training program.

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What you’ll learn


Participants who wish to take this training should have prior knowledge on programming language constructs.

Who Should Attend

  • Programmers
  • Freshers
  • Anyone who wants to become an iOS Developer

Knowledgehut Experience

Live Classrooms with Expert Mentors

Subject matter experts with industry experience to deliver hands-on learning.

Instructor-led Live Classroom

Interact with instructors in real-time— listen, learn and apply.

Personalised Coding Support

Support team to guide and assist you whenever you require help.

Hands-on Training

Theory backed by practical case studies, exercises and coding practice.

Updated curriculum

Courseware is always current and updated to suit industry changes and demands.

Swift FAQs

iOS Development

iOS Application development can be defined as the process of developing native applications on Apple’s mobile OS that runs on its iPads, iPhones, etc. To do this it’s preferable to have a Mac, and have the latest version of Xcode which is Apples IDE to write iOS apps. Apple also suggests using the Swift Programming language for writing Native Apps on iOS.

An iOS developer needs to be familiar with Native languages such as Swift or Objective C to build Native Apps on iOS. However being familiar with React Native and Xamarin allows the developer to create cross-platform applications on both Android and iOS. 

The Swift programming language was developed by Apple Inc and designed to work with its cocoa frameworks and a large portion of existing Objective-C Code. Swift was made open source in the year 2015 and uses LLVM (Low level virtual Machine). It was designed to create mobile apps, desktop applications and even end to end solutions for MAC.


Swift Programming language is a multi-paradigm, compiled language developed by Apple Inc. in 2014 and was introduced at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Its major use is in the domain of creating Mobile and desktop applications. With its safe and reliable code, Swift developers can create richer app experiences. It is also a fast and efficient language that gives real-time feedback and can be easily incorporated into existing Objective-C code.  Some of the top apps that use Swift are Khan Academy, LinkedIn, Airbnb and Eventbrite. Swift ranks #10 in programming languages according to TIOBE index.

Yes, Swift is a Multi-Paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc.

The Swift Programming language has a lot of features that set it apart, some of them are listed below-

  • Easy to read and write and provides the user with complete control.
  • The named parameters of Objective-c’s are expressed in a cleaner syntax making APIs in swift easy to maintain
  • Swift is a secure language that removes entire classes of unsafe code, makes the syntax easier to define intent and by default Swift objects will never be nil, trying to make or use nil object will result in run time error.
  • Its open source nature is the reason why it can be used on Linux to build libraries and applications and to create applications for all Apple platforms using a MAC and Creating web frameworks.

There are a lot of reasons to use the Swift programming language. It is focused on speed, and you can optimize Swift code for even better performance. With a strong typing system and error handling capability it prevents crashes in production and allows users to fix code on the go. There are other compelling characteristics such as lower memory footprint, auto memory management, and support that make Swift programming language an ideal choice.

Yes, you can, Swift was primarily developed for building native apps on iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, z/OS and apart from this Swift already has support for Linux and is working its way to create apps on the windows platform as an Open source language.

Swift is a much easier language to learn compared to Objective C. Objective-C is a language which was developed in 1984 and the initial language that was supported by Apple until Swift came into the picture in 2014. Swift is amazingly fast and has various advantages during development which save costs. It is completely compatible with Objective-C. By migrating code from Swift to Objective C, the Developers can take advantage of its advanced features. Therefore, Swift is better than Objective C.

Swift for Windows is an open source project. It is a Development environment for Programming with Swift to develop Windows Applications.  The current version is Windows 2.0 which includes the Swift 4.1.3 Compiler. The System requirements to run this include Windows 10 or 7, 64 bit. You can find the download able file here, with a step by step guide to start compiling.

Wikipedia defines Functional programming as a programming paradigm that treats computation as the evaluation of mathematical functions and avoids state and mutable data. Swift is not a functional language but it does carry a lot of features that enable us to apply functional principles in development, thereby creating a more concise and maintainable code that is easier to test.


Swift is one of the more popular languages even today, despite its fall from its 11th Spot in 2018 to 18th Spot in 2019 on the TIOBE index. It still remains the go-to language for creating iOS native apps because it’s easy to learn and understand compared to Objective-c and is only growing in popularity after its open source projects allowed users to develop web apps on Linux and Windows platforms.

Swift is a comparatively a new programming language with its inception in 2014.  It has the potential to create feature-rich, responsive apps and has almost completely replaced Objective-C. Swift is one of the fastest-growing skills to have among app developers and large scale organizations are slowly but surely making the decision to go with Swift to build cost effective Modern iOS applications. The future for Swift definitely looks bright!


The goal of the Swift language is to be the most ideal language for developing web apps, mobile apps, systems programming and going all the way up to providing cloud services.  It was designed primarily to write and maintain programs and make life easier for developers. 


There are hundreds of books to learn iOS development with Swift. But there are a few that are noteworthy and recommended by a lot of developer communities to start with. Here’s a short list of books that are voted to be the best resources

  • Swift Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide 2nd edition. (Jack Gallagher and Matthew Mathias)
  • Swift essentials (Alex Blewitt)
  • The Swift Programming Language (Swift 5.1) – Available on Applebooks
  • High Performance iOS APPS: Optimize your code for Better Apps. (Gaurav Vaish)
  • The Swift Developer’s Cookbook  (Erica Sadun)


There are no prerequisites to learn Swift but having prior knowledge of programming does help.


Mobile Developers are among the top 10 in-demand people in the Tech world and the demand only goes upward. A recent study indicated that it’s set to grow up to 31% by the year 2026. With over 1.4 billion active devices worldwide, the need for Swift iOS developers who create apps for these devices has sky rocketed and it’s been predicted that by the year 2020 there will be 5 Million apps active on the iOS store. In conclusion, a career in Swift iOS Programming is definitely worth pursuing or transitioning into.

Yes, you can. You could easily land a job by having Swift Programming in your skill set. Developers with sound knowledge of how Swift works can secure themselves a job as freelancers or as a part of a full-time development team by joining the global trend of start-ups that create apps to make life easier for the masses. The open-source aspect of Swift also opens up opportunities to become developers for not just iOS but also Linux and Windows platforms as well.


Learning Objectives:

Understand the basic syntax for Swift. Explore the different features available.

  • Variables, Types
  • Functions - Classes, Structs
  • Access Control
  • Properties
  • Data Structures
  • Enums
  • Closures
  • Protocols
  • Memory Management
  • Generic Programming
  • Subscripts

Hands On 

All topics are hands-on with Swift Playgrounds.

Learning Objectives:

Explore different design patterns and how they can be implemented in Swift.

  • Extensions
  • Protocols
  • Singleton
  • Protocol Oriented Programming
  • Design
  • Implementation

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The Course

The average annual salary of an iOS developer in the US is $112,127 per year according to Considering the popularity of iOS devices including the iPhone and the iPad, this career trend will continue for some time. Apple is the second largest developer of apps and along with Google Play apps accounted for 27.1 billion downloads in the year 2018.

These statistics are proof that a career as an iOS developer is a smart move and one that will be very lucrative. This course has been designed to handhold you through the process of becoming an iOS developer. By mastering Swift you can easily develop apps. With a highly experiential format, the course will make you ready to start developing iOS apps for the market.

You will learn to:

  • Write Programs in Swift
  • Create simple Swift Projects
  • Implement best practices while writing Swift Code

By the end of the course, you will have learned the different aspects of the Swift programming language. You will also make an entire app on your own.

This course is intended for participants having a background in programming. Also, this is a beginner level course.

Yes, KnowledgeHut offers this training online.

On successful completion of the course, you will receive a course completion certificate issued by KnowledgeHut.

Your instructors are Swift experts who have years of industry experience.

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The Remote Experience

In an online classroom, students can log in at the scheduled time to a live learning environment which is led by an instructor. You can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. Our instructors use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques which improves your online training experience.

  • Mac running macOS 10.14 or later
  • Xcode 10 or later
  • Minimum 8 GB RAM


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