Apple has a new webpage with Swift tutorials for new developers.

Apple has launched a new tutorial webpage featuring resources for beginners on programming using Swift, Swift UI and Xcode.

Ahead of the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference this June, the company's developer website launched a “Developing with Swift” guide. It offers guides designed to encourage new potential developers.

The site is intended for those who have little or no programming experience. It contains step-by-step guides on installing Xcode, creating a new project in Swift, and creating a simple app using SwiftUI.

Tutorial chapters cover fundamental topics such as Xcode views, structures, and properties, as well as sample code that teaches aspiring programmers to personalize their own projects. Manipulating layout and style, as well as creating buttons, lists, and text fields, are also covered in detail.

Apple's head of developer tools marketing Tim Sneath announced the new page, saying that the tutorials are a “great foundation” and that the website's tutorials are “for everyone.”

In addition to SwiftUI basics and app navigation, there is a tutorial section dedicated to spatial computing and development for Apple Vision Pro. Listed requirements for tutorials include a Mac running macOS Sonoma or Ventura, Xcode, and “curiosity and imagination.”

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