Apple Wants to Teach You How to Make Apps

Inspired by figuring out how to code and create applications? Apple on Wednesday discharged a free app improvement curriculum designed for secondary school and junior college understudies.

The entire year educational modules, accessible as a free download in Apple’s iBooks Store, was outlined by Apple specialists and instructors to encourage understudies how to plan applications utilizing the iPhone maker’s Swift programming dialect. Various well known applications like Airbnb, Kayak, TripAdvisor, Venmo and Yelp were made with Swift.

Understudies who finish the educational modules will increase “basic occupation abilities in programming improvement and data technology,” Apple said.

Six junior college frameworks and select secondary schools over the U.S. will be among the first to offer the educational programs, beginning this fall. They incorporates the Alabama Community College System, Columbus State Community College, Harrisburg Area Community College, Houston Community College, Mesa Community College and San Mateo Community College District. Neighborhood organizations at a significant number of the taking part grounds will likewise offer understudies coaching and temporary jobs, Apple said.

In an announcement, Apple CEO Tim Cook said “the application economy and programming advancement are among the quickest developing activity divisions in America.

“We’ve seen firsthand the effect that coding has on people and the U.S. economy in general,” he said. “We seek these courses will open entryways after individuals all things considered and foundations to seek after what they adore.”

The new educational modules comes after Apple prior this month pledged $1 billion to lift “propelled producing” in the U.S.