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iPhone and iPad Application Development Class in San Francisco on Aug 3, 2012 9:00 AM
iPhone and iPad Application Development Class
San Francisco Magic Parlor at The Chancellor Hotel- Get Directions
433 Powell Street (Union Square) & country=United%20States
San Francisco, CA
This is a 3 day iPhone and iPad Application Development Class with a time commitment from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day. The only prerequisite to this class is a desire to learn, a MAC and an installation of XCode 4.3
We begin the class with an overview of XCode, SDK and Templates. We use the view based application as a beginning reference point to study the templates that come equipped with Xcode. Through this process you are able to create your 1st simple application. Then we look at how to customize Xcode and understand tab views.
In the afternoon we start by looking at the basic structure of iPhone applications and the SDK. We look at Model-View-Controller, Delegation, Event Handling, Block Objects and Managed Memory Model. Then we will go over Objective-C Syntax, Classes, Objects, Properties and Dot-Notation is covered in detail. Then we will go over iOS5 in detail .
Day 2 begins with coffee in the morning and a review of day 1.
The 1st new topic covered on day 2 is the process of developing a utility application. We start by using the interface builder and utilize UIKit classes, view controllers and views. We utilize labels, images, buttons and button-like control, gesture recognizers and text fields. We use notification systems and Block objects. We also learn about the functionality of scroll and view using core animation. We learn about target-action, outlets and how to work with properties. We learn how to save data to user preferences and then call on that data using core data. Lunch is usually served during around this time.
We begin afternoon session with Web Views. We use Web View to conduct some activities including dialing a number. Then we use Core Animation for including animation and also learn how to access your device library. Then we learn about debugger and use breakpoint to see the execution of our application. Then we understand how to provision an application so that it runs on iPhone and how to have your app beta tested by other users. Then we look at how to package your app for the App store, how to submit it to the app store with least likelihood of rejection. This concludes day 2.
Day 3 begins with an overview of the topics covered in previous two days. On day 3 we have an exercise filled day. We work on all the functionalities for an application. We cover the design process; the user interface and application design. We work with Table Views (customization). We edit user preferences and add our own settings to the preferences to Settings application. We work with content from the application bundle and downloaded content from the web. We work with web views, how to access web content and utilize own content. We work with property lists, create and restore files. We use tab views to navigate the application pages and get fully comfortable with the Tab View functionality.
Day 3 is a practice day and also a day to answer any unanswered questions from day 1 and day 2. The exercises on day 3 aim to cover all practical functionalities of Application Development . We also cover mapping and location services, create custom annotations, use reverse geocoding (work with coordinates and map display), core location, managing battery drain, running your application in the background, display location based information with the application running in the background or the foreground. We practice working with dates, add date events to users calendars and create protocol to manage modal controller. We look at how your application will work both on iPhone and iPad.
We keep the last hour of the class to cover any unanswered question. The description may sound daunting; however by the end of the 3rd day all students are comfortable with the development process. We get you on your way to iPhone and iPad application development.
-Xcode and the SDK
-View based application template
-partial curl transition
-Managed Memory Model
-View controllers and views
-Buttons and button-like controls
-Outlets and target-action
-Create a user interface and application design
-Customize Table view
-Add application’s user preferences to the Settings
-Use your own content
-Access web pages without leaving application
-Mapping and location services
-Create custom annotations
-Drag annotations and change their coordinates
-How to reduce battery drain
-Protocol to manage a modal controller
- Wireless syncing through iCloud
- Newsstand application
- Integration with the social networking
Coffee and Lunch is provided on all days.
What3 Day IT Training - iPhone and iPad Application Development ClassWhenFriday, Saturday and SundayAugust 3, 4 and 5(9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - each day)WhereSand Box Suites567 Sutters StSan Francisco, CA 94102Conveniently located close to BART1 Block from Union Square
- Learn how to make iPhone and iPad applications over 3 days
- I Phone apps downloaded to date 25+ Billion
- 37 Million Iphones sold last quarter (2011)
- The 25th Billion app to be downloaded for iphone was in China
- We are just scratching the surface; Mobile apps are a global market
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