MV Pattern in iOS

Build SwiftUI Apps Apple's Way

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MVVM is the default pattern when building SwiftUI applications. I have been personally using the MVVM pattern since the inception of SwiftUI in 2019.

After building hundreds of demos and prototypes, I started to notice issues with using MVVM patterns for SwiftUI applications. These issues resulted in adding needless complexity and constantly fighting the SwiftUI framework.

In this course, I will explain a different pattern for building SwiftUI apps. This pattern is used by Apple to build their SwiftUI applications. The pattern is called the MV pattern, where M stands for Model and V is for View.

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Great course, as always the instructor gives us excellent techniques for our work.

  • Juan Carlos Pazos

Excellent course. Everything is well explained and the pace is perfect. Highly recommended!

  • David Wasserman

Instructor is clear and concise, provides justification for code used and alternatives where it makes sense.

  • Richard Wise

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this course for?

In this course, students will delve into the intricacies of SwiftUI app development through the lens of the MV (Model-View) pattern. They'll grasp the essentials of crafting SwiftUI apps following Apple's prescribed methodologies while gaining a critical understanding of how the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) architecture could potentially introduce superfluous code into their SwiftUI projects. Moreover, students will acquire the skills to create comprehensive end-to-end tests for their applications, ensuring robust functionality and seamless user experiences. The course will also cover the practical application of the MV pattern in the context of client/server applications, enabling students to adeptly handle communication between different elements of their apps. Additionally, they'll learn to construct Core Data-driven apps, leveraging the power of @FetchRequest and @Environment property wrappers to effectively manage data within their SwiftUI projects.

What will you learn in this course?

This course is tailored for developers aiming to strengthen their proficiency in SwiftUI app development using the MV (Model-View) pattern as a guiding principle. It caters to those seeking an in-depth understanding of how Apple structures SwiftUI applications according to their recommended practices. Additionally, this course is ideal for developers who aspire to streamline their workflow by embracing SwiftUI's framework more effectively, transitioning from a stance of grappling with its complexities to becoming productive and proficient in leveraging its capabilities to build robust applications.

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Mohammad Azam

Mohammad Azam is a highly experienced and accomplished developer with over a decade of professional experience in writing software. He has played an integral role in the success of several Fortune 500 companies including Valic, AIG, Dell, Baker Hughes, and, where he served as a lead mobile developer.

Azam's expertise has helped him become a top instructor on both Udemy and LinkedIn, with more than 70K students enrolled in his courses. He currently serves as a lead instructor at DigitalCrafts, a software bootcamp where he trains developers who now work at prestigious companies like Apple, JP Morgan Chase, and Exxon.

Azam is not only a developer and instructor but also an international speaker who has been sharing his knowledge and expertise since 2006. In his free time, he enjoys exercising and planning his next adventure to explore the unknown corners of the world.

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