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iPhone Apps Development Training

Course Overview

Learn how to build native applications for the iPhone and iPad using the iOS 7 SDK. WCC shows you how to work with Xcode 5, the most popular framework for developing, debugging, and deploying applications to Apple devices, and Objective-C, the language you’ll use to actually program your app. Apart from the tools and language, you’ll explore design patterns, coding conventions and guidelines, and essential concepts like Model-View-Controller, storyboards, and delegation. Plus, learn what’s possible within the new iOS 7 interface, and get a checklist for successfully submitting your app to the App Store.

COURSE START DATES

Start Date TimeDaysDurationLocation
24/04/201710.00 to 5.00pm Mon to Wed 3 Days Bethnal Green
24/07/201710.00 to 5.00pm Mon to Wed 3 Days Wembley
23/10/201710.00 to 5.00pm Mon to Wed 3 Days Oxford Street
22/01/201810.00 to 5.00pm Mon to Wed 3 Days Bethnal Green

Prerequisites

  • Objective Programing
  • Using Internet
  • Object Orineted Concept

Target Audience

  • Programmers
  • Apps Developer
  • Internet Developers
  • Portal Developer
  • Technical Consultant
  • e-Commerce Developer
  • Apps Users
  • Application Developers

Course Content

IPHONE APPS DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

  • Introduction to Objective-C
  • Use Object-C for iPhone/iPad development
  • Objective-C syntax and constructs
  • Objective-C classes
  • Allocate and deallocate objects
  • How to define properties
  • Memory management
  • Foundation classes
  • Message sending at runtime

  • Introducing the iPhone and iPad
  • Introduction to Objective-C Programming
  • Xcode IDE Environment
  • The iOS Developer Center, Programme and SDK

  • Use Xcode IDE for building iPhone applications
  • Debugging and editing using Xcode IDE
  • Manage project resources.
  • Interface Builder for interface design

  • How to design applications using Interface Builder
  • Connect interface to your code
  • File’s Owner and First Responder

  • Coca touch for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • What are object-oriented design patterns?
  • object-oriented libraries of Coca touch
  • benefits of model-view-controller (MVC)
  • Use of delegation and notifications

  • What are views and wiew Controllers?
  • model-view-controller (MVC) design for Apps
  • Design Views
  • Connect view to controllers
  • List of Apple’s pre-built view controllers

  • Create navigation in iPhone App
  • How to use Apple’s navigation controller
  • User of tab bar controller

  • Use of virtual keyboard
  • use delegates to keyboard input

  • What are gesture recognizers
  • Touch Events
  • taps and swipes

  • User of graphics in app
  • How to use images
  • Draw shapes
  • Making animation in Apps
  • New blocks syntax in iOS SDK 4

  • What are system events
  • iPhone’s built- in accelerometers
  • Local / Push Notifications
  • Memory management using retain counts and autorelease pools

  • Integrate your app with Address Book
  • Integration with Maps
  • Integration with Safari and Mail.
  • iPhone Calendar

  • Find and fix problems
  • Eliminate hot spots and memory leaks.
  • Instruments utility
  • the GNU debugger (gdb)

  • Programming for iPad / iPhone SDK
  • Develop your iPhone applications using the iPhone simulator
  • IBOutlet and IBAction and using Interface Builder to design a UI and make the connections
  • Use what you’ve learned to write an iPhone Applications
  • Difference between iPhone and iPad Applications
  • Transform an iPhone app into iPad Applications
  • Introduction Database Programming in Objective C
  • Connecting to Database SQLite3 Database
  • Working with Database Objects
  • Developing database applications
  • Case study Animal Info database

  • Using SQL Server 2008
  • Using Visual Studio 2010
  • RESTful WCF service
  • Create a new WCF service
  • Add Interface Code
  • Implement Service
  • TEST the service remotely
  • Consume JSON from mobile apps like iOS?

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