Celebrating 5 Years of AppCoda

Today we’re celebrating our fifth year of AppCoda. The past 12 months have been one of the big years for our team. We published a new edition of Swift books, organized several in-person Swift workshops, and ran a series of developer meetups in Taiwan. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank for your continued support. Without you, we won’t make this far.

When I started AppCoda five years ago, it was just a side project. I love blogging and programming. And I love to share what I know with people who are passionate about learning app development. This was the reason why I started AppCoda. The last 5 years were an unbelievable journey. This side project allowed me to quit my job, and work on something I truly love full time.

As a business, AppCoda needs to make money to survive. We rely on our premium learning materials like ebooks to keep this business running. But one thing will never change: we will keep most of the programming tutorials for free. We want to empower more people to turn their ideas into real applications by helping them learn to code. Thanks again for being an AppCoda reader, especially those who have purchased our products. It’s you that make our business possible.


48 Hours of Big Discounts And Giveaway

To celebrate the fifth year of AppCoda, we want to give you some gifts. You can purchase our books and products at an extra discount. Just use the offer code FIVEYEAR at checkout to save up to 50% off the regular price.

AppCoda t-shirt

And we have one more gift for you. We are going to give away three copies of the Beginning iOS 10 Programming with Swift book, plus three t-shirts. Here is what you need to do.

  1. Like our Facebook page
  2. Share and comment on this post. Tell us if you want the t-shirt, the book or both.

Both the birthday discount and the giveway end on April 6, 2017 (23:59 EST). We will randomly pick the winners of the giveaway on April 8.

We look forward to the next 5 years and will try everything in building a great community, and publishing more awesome tutorials.

Mastering SwiftUI for iOS 16 and Xcode 14 is Now Released
Announcing Beginning iOS Programming with Swift for iOS 15 and Xcode 13
Our Swift Programming Book for Beginners Now Supports iOS 9, Xcode 7 and Swift 2