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iPhone & iPad Apps Training - No Coding Required

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iPhone & iPad Apps Development Video Tutorial - No Coding Required

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

 

 

Full Course Description

In this iOS app development tutorial, you will learn how to create apps for iPhone and iPad devices.
Expert trainer and published author Tony Bove introduces you to using the iOS Software Development Kit (SDK) and Xcode to build apps for the iPhone, iPad and Universal apps.

 

Even if you have never programmed before or built apps before, by the end of this iOS app development tutorial you will be fully capable of building apps and submitting them to the App Store.

 

Before you even start building an app, Tony takes you through what makes a good app, and the limitations you will face on the iPhone and iPad platforms.

You will learn how to design a good user interface, how to use the iOS simulator, how to program in Xcode, and how an app runs.
From there, you will jump right into building apps: designing the interface, including iAds in your app, animating, timing, and much more. You will also learn how to build iPad specific apps to take advantage of a larger screen and additional features. Finally, you will learn how to package your apps, and prepare them for submission to the app store.

 

By the conclusion of this iOS app development tutorial you will be fully capable of designing, creating and submitting an app to the Apple App Store, using the iOS SDK and Xcode.

 

The author has included working files, to allow you to work alongside him as he builds an app throughout this video based iOS app development tutorial.

 

What are the requirements?

  • A system running Mac OSX is required to develop for the iOS platform.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 104 lectures and 12 hours of content!
  • Everything you need to develop iOS apps for the iPhone and iPad
  • 106 lectures divided into 27 chapters covering everything from designing to coding to publishing apps in the app store
  • Descriptions on how to use the iPhone and iPad features and limitations to your advantage
  • Walkthrough to creating your first two apps

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to learn how to build an iPhone or iPad application, including:
  • Product Managers
  • Designers
  • Marketers
  • Aspiring Developers (note advanced developers will likely find this class too elementary and should view our more advanced course)
  • Startup Founders
  • Students

Curriculum and Video Durations

Curriculum: Section 1: 01. Introduction: What is Covered
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0101 What You Will Learn
01:36
0102 An Overview Of The Development Cycle
04:19
0103 The SDK With Xcode
03:43
0104 Introducing The Sample Applications
03:39
How To Obtain Your Certificate Of Completion
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Section 2: 02. Making Great iPhone Apps
0201 What Makes An iPhone App Great?
05:54
0202 Exploiting The iPhone's Features
10:47
0203 Embracing The iPhone's Limitations
04:21
0204 Why Develop iPhone Applications?
02:40
Section 3: 03. Making Great iPad Apps
0301 What Makes An iPad App Great?
03:19
0302 Exploiting The iPad's Features
15:21
0303 Embracing The iPad's Limitations
02:05
0304 Why Develop iPad Applications?
02:42
0305 Developing Apps For Both iPhone And iPad
08:02
Section 4: 04. Designing The User Experience
0401 Creating A Compelling User Experience
09:55
0402 Apple's Suggestions For Developing iOS Apps
06:52
0403 Avoiding Practices that Get Apps Rejected
13:07
Section 5: 05. Getting The Developer Tools
0501 Joining The Developer Program
08:08
0502 Using Resources In The Dev Center
04:21
0503 Downloading The SDK
02:02
Section 6: 06. Getting To Know Xcode
0601 Exploring An Xcode Project
16:22
0602 Using The Xcode Text Editor
07:00
0603 Accessing Documentation
03:52
0604 Customizing Xcode
02:35
Section 7: 07. Getting To Know The iOS Simulator
0701 Running Your App In The Simulator
04:36
0702 Interacting With Simulated Hardware
06:13
0703 Uninstalling Apps And Resetting The Simulator
03:12
0704 Simulator Limitations
05:40
Section 8: 08. Understanding How An App Runs
0801 Starting With The Utility Application Template
14:43
0802 The App Life Cycle
16:46
0803 Event And Interruption Processing
10:12
0804 Termination And Memory Management
07:00
Section 9: 09. Programming The App
0901 Introducing Objects And Classes
18:31
0902 Using Header And Implementation Files
08:49
0903 Allocating Objects
04:57
0904 Working With Declared Properties
07:03
0905 Using Frameworks And Design Patterns
16:50
Section 10: 10. Understanding iPhone Interface Controls
1001 Looking At Interface Builder
07:33
1002 Inspecting The Main View
07:28
1003 Inspecting The Flipside View
03:20
1004 Unraveling The Info And Done Buttons
06:46
Section 11: 11. Controlling The iPhone Main View
1101 Working With Windows And Views
07:48
1102 Adding Your Own Application's Behavior
03:41
1103 Where Does Your Code Go?
10:27
Section 12: 12. Including An iAd Banner
1201 Putting iAds In Your App
07:07
1202 Creating An Animated View With An iAd Banner
03:29
1203 Controlling The iAd Banner View
05:01
Section 13: 13. Animating The iPhone Main View
1301 Setting A Timer
04:43
1302 Connecting A Timer For The Animation
03:07
1303 The Block Object Design Pattern
05:12
1304 Finishing And Testing The Main View
06:18
Section 14: 14. Setting Up iPhone App User Preferences
1401 Setting Up User Preferences
14:26
1402 Using The Notification System
07:51
1403 Using Property Lists
10:10
Section 15: 15. Developing The Flipside Controls For The iPhone App
1501 Adding Property Declarations And Synthesize Statements
04:19
1502 Setting Up Preferences In The Flipside View
04:40
1503 Adding Methods For The Interface Objects
07:37
1504 Using The Settings In The Main View
05:07
Section 16: 16. Adding Interface Objects And Gestures To The iPhone App
1601 How Gestures Work
08:59
1602 Adding A Pinch Gesture
04:04
1603 Connecting The Interface Objects In Interface Builder
10:30
1604 Testing The MyWorld iPhone App
07:03
Section 17: 17. Adding A Second View To The iPhone App
1701 Creating A Second View
07:59
1702 How A Scrolling View Works
04:37
1703 Adding A View And A Nib
05:59
1704 Initializing View Controllers
09:04
1705 Managing Background And Memory
06:21
Section 18: 18. Implementing The Photo View On The iPhone App
1801 Using Objects From The Main View
07:30
1802 Animating The Photo View
10:42
1803 Accessing Media On The iPhone
05:48
1804 Modifying The Window Nib For Scrolling
05:28
1805 Testing The Complete iPhone App
07:52
Section 19: 19. Building An iPad App User Interface
1901 Starting An iPad App
11:26
1902 Inspecting The View
05:13
1903 Adding An Image To The View
05:27
1904 Adding An Info Button
04:19
Section 20: 20. Adding Behavior To The iPad View
2001 An iPad App Odyssey
05:19
2002 Setting Up The Animated View
05:06
2003 Marking Out Methods
05:48
Section 21: 21. Animating The iPad View
2101 Drawing The View
14:31
2102 Freeing Up memory
07:45
2103 Testing The View
03:23
Section 22: 22. Preparing iPad User Preferences
2201 Preparing For User Settings
07:07
2202 Setting Up User Preference Settings
09:10
2203 Setting Up A Modal View
06:48
Section 23: 23. Building A Modal View In The iPad App
2301 Adding Outlets To The View Controller
09:06
2302 Adding Methods For The Interface Objects
09:04
2303 Initializing And Setting The Modal View Style
05:39
2304 Saving The Preference Settings
03:17
Section 24: 24. Connecting Interface Objects In The iPad App
2401 Adding The Interface Objects
10:17
2402 Connecting The Interface Objects
04:43
2403 Connecting The Info Button
02:45
2404 Testing The New Modal View
05:33
Section 25: 25. Adding Gestures And Making A Universal App
2501 Understanding iPad Gestures
06:37
2502 Adding Tap And Swipe Recognizers
08:24
2503 Testing Gestures In The iPad app
05:27
2504 Making A Universal App
12:34
2505 Testing The iPhone/iPad Universal App
06:28
Section 26: 26. Debugging And Finishing Your App
2601 Fixing Bugs And Issues
10:08
 

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