Beginner iPhone/iPad Development
Taught by Anthony B.
- Sunday November 4, 10:30 - 13:30
- Saturday November 10, 10:30 - 13:30
In this introduction to iPhone programming I will show you how to get started writing an app with Xcode and Objective-C. We will write a sample app that covers the creating UI, User Interface navigation, displaying data in a tableview (iOS’s “list”), modal views, reading and writing to disk including customizing the app delegate, view controllers, navigation controllers, displaying images and much more.Requirements: Basic knowledge of any object-oriented programming language Prerequisites: Mac & latest Xcode installed if you want to code along.
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