San Francisco iOS Network Lounge Message Board › ANN: iPhone/iPad Programming For Beginners, 02/23/2013, Dublin, CA
San Francisco, CA
I am teaching an iPhone/iPad Programming For Beginners class on 02/23/2013 in Dublin, CA.
See here for more details: http://iphoneprogramm....
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iPhone/iPad Programming For Beginners
by Asim Jalis - Software Developer, Instructor at MetaProse.com
Ever wished you could write your own iPhone/iPad app?
The class will take you step-by-step through the process of creating your own iPhone/iPad (iOS) apps. Through short lectures and instructor-led hands-on exercises you will learn how to use Objective-C and Xcode to create iOS apps. iOS is the operating system for iPhones and iPads. Objective-C is Apple’s programming language for iOS apps. Xcode is the (free) program from Apple for designing and building iOS apps.
By End of Class
You will have created 3 iPhone apps.
You will know the basics of Objective-C.
You will know how to use Xcode.
What You Will Get
6 hours of hands-on training.
All course material and exercise source code in a zip file.
Certificate of Course Completion.
Wi-Fi and power. Make sure you bring your laptops and power cords.
To sign up and for more details: http://iphoneprogramm...
Topic: iPhone/iPad Programming For Beginners
Date: Sat 01/26/2013
Time: 9 AM to 4 PM
Location: Hyatt Place, 4950 Hacienda Drive, Dublin, CA
Prerequisites: No programming background required
About the Instructor
Asim Jalis is a software engineer who has worked at Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and other companies for over 12 years. He wrote his first iPhone app in 2008. Asim has an MS in Computer Science from the University of Virginia, and an MA in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.
Comments From Previous Students
“The teacher is wonderful and I’m learning so much, and having fun learning. Highly recommended!”—DB, San Francisco
“Thanks for a great class. I enjoyed the class and really like your teaching style. I’m looking forward to your future classes.”—BS, San Francisco
“Hands on programming throughout the class helped understand subject better.”—SS, San Francisco
What to Bring
Apple MacBook with OS X Lion or Mountain Lion and power-cord.
Xcode 4.5 installed.
To install Xcode click here and follow the steps.
No programming background required.
Designing user interface in Xcode.
Connecting user interface to Objective-C code.
Data types: numbers, booleans, strings, arrays, dictionaries.
Branching and loops: if, else if, else, for, while.
Creating and using objects.
Building Your First App
Creating an app from scratch.
Testing app in iPhone simulator.
Adding icons and making app look gorgeous.