Building my iOS portfolio

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Efi, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Efi

    Efi Newbie


    I'm a very new iOS mobile developer (actually a new developer in general).
    I hope it's OK to ask it here, but it would really help me to hear your opinion:
    I am developing some applications in order to:
    1. Practice
    2. Be able to show my work when I get interviewed in the near future.
    I would like to cover as many important areas in app development as I can.
    Currently I have one weather application (that shows my ability to fetch data from urls, use core data, use segues and build a basic UI).

    What I need from you is a list of the areas I should cover when I think of building my next apps,
    like using sensors and detect user movement, for example.
    Your input is incredibly important for me right now.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. saud

    saud Administrator Staff Member

    Efi, are you using Swift?
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  3. Efi

    Efi Newbie

    Yes, I'm using Swift, forgot to mention.
  4. This is an attractive question. Ideally, you would do the same thing you would if you required to build an app not for a portfolio. Start by identifying a problem that you feel like you can solve and then solve it in the best way possible.
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  5. Efi

    Efi Newbie

    Thanks. I thought it would make sense to go the other way around and consider first areas I should cover.
    I can easily do more of the same and not learn from it a lot.
  6. Efi

    Efi Newbie

    I would be glad to read your educated opinion. :)
  7. Efi

    Efi Newbie

    My second. I know Java.
  8. Java used mostly now a days. BTW good look with the development.

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