First iOS App 🥳

So, its been 2 weeks since I started to learn Swift and XCode in depth..
I did know the basics of Swift, all those same familiar syntax..

So, to gain more in depth knowledge of Swift programming,
I decided to port an Android App of mine to iOS..
The app was just a side project, a utility tool to help me and my batchmates have easy access to our college’s portal (E-Learn) without logging in again and again…

Its features are:
* Schedule (Offline support / Automatic background checks for updates)
* Attendance
* Attendance Review
* Course Plan
* Notices, and
* Case Studies.

Porting the app wasn’t that as easy as it seemed to me..
Not only because of the language wise conversion but the portal didn’t have any API…
I wanted to maintain the look (UI) of the App across platforms..
And in a due course of just 1 week, I did it!! 🔥🥳🥳

A complete and a working iOS App for checking out my College Portal..
Has a smooth Login flow, just like Android version…
Same use of Material Design, making the app more appealing across platforms.

Wanna See?
Here it is…

You’ll see that there’s a lag in Safari when I open a Notice/Case Study, it’s because of Online Google Docs, just bear with it.. 😂🤦‍♂️

So what’s next!??
Well for starters,
This app cannot be shared, not even for Testing unless I have someone’s iPhone with me.. (Lockdown 😤)
Apple is way too strict on this things..

I guess, we’ll just have to wait until I create the Apple Developer Account..
Ohh and if you haven’t checked out the Android version, here it is:
WeSchool Android App

Let me know in the comments about what you think of that App. 😉

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