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An Introduction to iOS Programming

From Getting the SDK to Submitting Your First App

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Description

Learn all of the steps necessary for building your first native iOS app. With this introductory video course, experienced iOS developer Alasdair Allan walks you through the entire process, from downloading the latest developer tools to submitting your finished app to Apple’s App Store. This course is refreshed and updated for iOS 5 and Xcode 4.

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On Oct 7 Santosh Shanbhag wrote: Better than a book!
This is an insanely great video for those starting out fresh with iOS Programming. iOS programming is much more complex than Android programming due to the large initial setup and licensing agreements. This video makes it easy to understand what exactly needs to be done and when. The author has made it look dead simple. Making absolutely no assumptions whatsoever! I was amazed at the detail oriented coaching that the author has put through with this video. It covers everything from the basics to getting your app prepared for sale on the app store and uploading it to iTunes Connect. This is so much better than reading a book. I was able to play the video side by side on a dual-screen with me trying out stuff in the first screen. It was an enjoyable experience. Full Review  >

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