In this building iOS Apps training video for non-programmers, expert author Tony Bove teaches you how to build fully functional iOS apps for the iPhone and iPad. This training course is designed for the absolute beginner, and no prior programming or iOS development experience is required.
You start the training course with an introduction to Xcode, including learning to use the Xcode text editor, running your app in the simulator, and accessing documentation. You will then get familiar with Objective-C, covering topics such as objects, classes, and using frameworks and design patterns. This video tutorial will also show you how to use interface controls, animate the main view, and add user preferences and interface methods. Tony will teach you about adding iPhone interface objects, design an iPad experience, and testing the iPhone and iPad interface. Finally, you will learn to prepare your app for distribution, including adding icons and launch images and managing your apps in the App Store.
By the completion of this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of creating iPhone and iPad apps from start to finish, including managing them in the App Store. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.
Table of contents
- Becoming An Apple Developer
- Getting To Know XCode
- Getting Familiar With Objective-C
- Understanding An App
- Interface Controls
- Animating The Main View
- Preferences And Interface Objects
- Adding The iPad User Interface
- Readying Your App For Distribution
- Title: Non-Programmers Guide To Building iOS Apps
- Release date: February 2014
- Publisher(s): Infinite Skills
- ISBN: 9781771372084
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