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Basics of iPhone Development

Requirements:


  • You should be extremely motivated to learn iPhone programming

  • You need prior development experience in any programming language. Object oriented is preferred.

  • You will need an Intel Mac with[masked] (We can show you how to install XCode with iPhone SDK)

Here are some of the topics we are going to cover. Topics Covered --Day 1---

  • StartingPoints

    • Xcode

    • Documentation

    • Forums


  • Objective-C

    • Files(.h,.mfiles)

    • Objectorientation and syntax

    • Model View Controller Architecture


  • Resources

    • Nibfiles

    • Drag and drop controls

    • Interface builder

    • linking-making connections

    • Images and sounds in your applications


  • BasicUI Controls

    • Button

    • Label

    • TextBox

    • WebView


  • Programming Events

  • Lab Session

  • More UI Controls

    • Segment

    • Slider

    • Progress

    • Activity Indicator


  • Simple Callbacks and Protocols

    • Timer

    • Alert

    • Audio using System Sound


  • Memory Management -- Day 2---

  • Photo Capture and Management

  • Geo Location

  • Accelerometer

  • TableViews and NavigationControls

    • Binding data sources

    • Callbacks

    • Push and pop architecture for Navigation


  • Lab Session

  • Basics of Application Deployment

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  • Chris W.

    Gavi is friendly, outgoing, welcoming, and an excellent teacher. The facilities are nice. I had a fine time, learned a lot, and felt personally attended to. I met people. The price is so low I felt guilty. But it's not crowded! This class is that most elusive commodity, the hidden gem.

    August 25, 2009

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