This is part 7 and final part of the swift iOS Programming tutorials series. The first part of the series is here and the previous part of the series that is tutorial # 6 is here. In this tutorial we will finish off the app by adding two more buttons in audio playback to change the pitch of the recorded audio to make your voice sound like chipmunk and darth vader. We will learn about audio engine and some new classes in audio engine which help us to change pitch. Finally we will finish off this series by learning on how to run the app on physical device.
This is part 6 of the swift iOS Programming tutorials series. The first part of the series is here and the previous part of the series that is tutorial # 5 is here. In the last part we were able to play audio from a file and also change the rate of the audio to speed it up or slow it down. In this tutorial we will actually work on recording audio in our first screen and using that recorded audio in the seconds screen rather than using the hardcoded audio we have used in the last tutorial. We will also talk more about segues and navigation and make some changes to send the recorded audio to the next screen for playback. Continue reading
This is part 5 of the swift iOS Programming tutorials series. The first part of the series is here and the previous part of the series that is tutorial # 4 is here. In the last part we talked about segues and how to change the scene from the main view to another view. We also talked about view life cycle and what each function of view lifecycle does and where to write code. Now we have some basic understanding how to write code in our controller, how to add/position UI elements like buttons and labels on the view, how to add images and how to connect view with controller we can move on to the main part of our app which is to play audio. In this tutorial we will only play a hardcoded audio in our second controller and in the next part of this series we will tackle how to record and play the recorded audio. Continue reading
I have experience in programming with objective-c and worked on iOS 4 till iOS 7 on objective-c and i was excited to see when swift a new language from apple was introduced. I have been trying to learn swift programming and i started out by doing the tutorial here https://thinkster.io/ios-tutorial/a-better-way-to-learn-swift/ on thinkster.io which introduced swift and also linked a lot of resources including the apple swift book and the wwdc relevant videos. I completed a lot of the tutorial but felt that i needed to get my hand dirty with making an app in swift. Continue reading