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Creating iPhone & iPad Apps Training - No Coding Required

Course Summary

Learn How To Create IOS Apps And Never Do A Hard Days Work Again.Zero Coding Needed in this ios app development tutorial


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    Course Syllabus

    • 01. Introduction: What is Covered
      • Working Files - Download These First
      • 0101 What You Will Learn
      • 0102 An Overview Of The Development Cycle
      • 0103 The SDK With Xcode
      • 0104 Introducing The Sample Applications
      • How To Obtain Your Certificate Of Completion
    • 02. Making Great iPhone Apps
      • 0201 What Makes An iPhone App Great?
      • 0202 Exploiting The iPhone's Features
      • 0203 Embracing The iPhone's Limitations
      • 0204 Why Develop iPhone Applications?
    • 03. Making Great iPad Apps
      • 0301 What Makes An iPad App Great?
      • 0302 Exploiting The iPad's Features
      • 0303 Embracing The iPad's Limitations
      • 0304 Why Develop iPad Applications?
      • 0305 Developing Apps For Both iPhone And iPad
    • 04. Designing The User Experience
      • 0401 Creating A Compelling User Experience
      • 0402 Apple's Suggestions For Developing iOS Apps
      • 0403 Avoiding Practices that Get Apps Rejected
    • 05. Getting The Developer Tools
      • 0501 Joining The Developer Program
      • 0502 Using Resources In The Dev Center
      • 0503 Downloading The SDK
    • 06. Getting To Know Xcode
      • 0601 Exploring An Xcode Project
      • 0602 Using The Xcode Text Editor
      • 0603 Accessing Documentation
      • 0604 Customizing Xcode
    • 07. Getting To Know The iOS Simulator
      • 0701 Running Your App In The Simulator
      • 0702 Interacting With Simulated Hardware
      • 0703 Uninstalling Apps And Resetting The Simulator
      • 0704 Simulator Limitations
    • 08. Understanding How An App Runs
      • 0801 Starting With The Utility Application Template
      • 0802 The App Life Cycle
      • 0803 Event And Interruption Processing
      • 0804 Termination And Memory Management
    • 09. Programming The App
      • 0901 Introducing Objects And Classes
      • 0902 Using Header And Implementation Files
      • 0903 Allocating Objects
      • 0904 Working With Declared Properties
      • 0905 Using Frameworks And Design Patterns
    • 10. Understanding iPhone Interface Controls
      • 1001 Looking At Interface Builder
      • 1002 Inspecting The Main View
      • 1003 Inspecting The Flipside View
      • 1004 Unraveling The Info And Done Buttons
    • 11. Controlling The iPhone Main View
      • 1101 Working With Windows And Views
      • 1102 Adding Your Own Application's Behavior
      • 1103 Where Does Your Code Go?
    • 12. Including An iAd Banner
      • 1201 Putting iAds In Your App
      • 1202 Creating An Animated View With An iAd Banner
      • 1203 Controlling The iAd Banner View
    • 13. Animating The iPhone Main View
      • 1301 Setting A Timer
      • 1302 Connecting A Timer For The Animation
      • 1303 The Block Object Design Pattern
      • 1304 Finishing And Testing The Main View
    • 14. Setting Up iPhone App User Preferences
      • 1401 Setting Up User Preferences
      • 1402 Using The Notification System
      • 1403 Using Property Lists
    • 15. Developing The Flipside Controls For The iPhone App
      • 1501 Adding Property Declarations And Synthesize Statements
      • 1502 Setting Up Preferences In The Flipside View
      • 1503 Adding Methods For The Interface Objects
      • 1504 Using The Settings In The Main View
    • 16. Adding Interface Objects And Gestures To The iPhone App
      • 1601 How Gestures Work
      • 1602 Adding A Pinch Gesture
      • 1603 Connecting The Interface Objects In Interface Builder
      • 1604 Testing The MyWorld iPhone App
    • 17. Adding A Second View To The iPhone App
      • 1701 Creating A Second View
      • 1702 How A Scrolling View Works
      • 1703 Adding A View And A Nib
      • 1704 Initializing View Controllers
      • 1705 Managing Background And Memory
    • 18. Implementing The Photo View On The iPhone App
      • 1801 Using Objects From The Main View
      • 1802 Animating The Photo View
      • 1803 Accessing Media On The iPhone
      • 1804 Modifying The Window Nib For Scrolling
      • 1805 Testing The Complete iPhone App
    • 19. Building An iPad App User Interface
      • 1901 Starting An iPad App
      • 1902 Inspecting The View
      • 1903 Adding An Image To The View
      • 1904 Adding An Info Button
    • 20. Adding Behavior To The iPad View
      • 2001 An iPad App Odyssey
      • 2002 Setting Up The Animated View
      • 2003 Marking Out Methods
    • 21. Animating The iPad View
      • 2101 Drawing The View
      • 2102 Freeing Up memory
      • 2103 Testing The View
    • 22. Preparing iPad User Preferences
      • 2201 Preparing For User Settings
      • 2202 Setting Up User Preference Settings
      • 2203 Setting Up A Modal View
    • 23. Building A Modal View In The iPad App
      • 2301 Adding Outlets To The View Controller
      • 2302 Adding Methods For The Interface Objects
      • 2303 Initializing And Setting The Modal View Style
      • 2304 Saving The Preference Settings
    • 24. Connecting Interface Objects In The iPad App
      • 2401 Adding The Interface Objects
      • 2402 Connecting The Interface Objects
      • 2403 Connecting The Info Button
      • 2404 Testing The New Modal View
    • 25. Adding Gestures And Making A Universal App
      • 2501 Understanding iPad Gestures
      • 2502 Adding Tap And Swipe Recognizers
      • 2503 Testing Gestures In The iPad app
      • 2504 Making A Universal App
      • 2505 Testing The iPhone/iPad Universal App
    • 26. Debugging And Finishing Your App
      • 2601 Fixing Bugs And Issues
      • 2602 Using The Static Analyzer
      • 2603 Adding Application Icons And Launch Images
      • 2604 Building Your App For Distribution
      • 2605 Managing Your Apps In The App Store


Course Fee:
Free

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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