HTML for the start

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. <p> I am just writing in html </p> Modern Web Design: HTML: StructureCSS: PresentationJavaScript: Behavior PHP or similar: BackendCMS: Content Management <!DocTYPE HTML> <html><head> <title>My blog</title> </head> <body> <p>I am just writing paragraph</p> <p> its a line<br />brake</p> </body></html> <html>     <head>        <title>first page</title>    </head>     <body>        <p>This is regular text </p>         <p><b>bold text </b></p>         <p><big> big text </big></p>         <p><i> italic text </i></p>         <p><small> small text </small></p>         <p><strong> strong text </strong></p>         <p><sub> subscripted text </sub></p>         <p><sup> superscripted text </sup></p>         <p><ins> inserted text </ins></p>         <p><del> deleted text </del></p>   <em>emphasisi</em>  </body> </html> h1-h6 for headings <h1> text here</h1> <hr /> is horizontal tag <hr width=”50px”/>…

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My First iOS App

My First iOS App Now that you’ve gained some familiarity with the Swift programming language, we’ll take you step-by-step through the process of creating a simple, real-world iOS app. You’ll need a Mac computer (OS X 10.10 or later), running the latest version of Xcode, which includes all features needed to design, develop, and debug an app. Xcode also contains the iOS SDK, which extends Xcode to include the tools, compilers, and frameworks necessary for…

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Swift 4

Swift is ready for your next iOS and OSX project – or for addition into your current app – because Swift code works side-by-side with Objective-C. Printing text: print(” I am cool”) print(“the value is \(myVariable)”) print(myVariable) ; semicolon optional and required in one line Comments: // it’s a comment /*another comment in multiple lines*/ Variables: declaring variable: var a = 42 changing variable var a = 88 var a…

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