No games, just clear tasks for learning to code in Swift
Pros: Students work with real Swift code, and there's a range of activity types to master concepts and syntax.
Cons: Can't stop mid-lesson and save progress; not enough support for younger students.
Bottom Line: Like an interactive textbook, TapCoding wastes no time to get older students programming.
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