iPhone/iPad App Developmentby Asim Jalis — author of iPhone/iPad Programming, instructor at MetaProse.comWant to learn how to create iPhone/iPad apps?
The class will take you step-by-step through the process of creating your own iPhone/iPad apps. Through short lectures and instructor-led hands-on exercises you will learn to use Xcode and Objective-C to create apps. Xcode is Apple’s app design tool in which you lay out your app. Objective-C is Apple’s programming language in which you code the logic of your app. The class will be app-driven. We will illustrate each idea by implementing it in an app.At The End Of The Class You Will Get
The skills necessary to create useful interesting apps.
6 hours of hands-on training.
All course materials and source code in a zip file.
Certificate of Course Completion.
Wi-Fi and power. Make sure you bring your Apple laptops and power cords.In The Class You Will Learn How To
Use Constraints to lay out buttons and controls that get positioned dynamically based on screen-size.
Use Storyboards to create apps that use multiple views and can move back and forth between them.
Use Asynchronous Programming, Protocols, and Delegates to write code that waits passively and springs into action when certain events occur.
Use Core Location to figure out your device’s GPS coordinates.
Use Web Services, JSON, and XML, to send and receive live data from web APIs such as Yahoo, Twitter, and Google.Sign-Up For Redwood City / Peninsula Class
Date: Mon, Mar 4, 2013, 9 AM to 4 PM
Location: Seaport Conference Center, 459 Seaport Ct, Redwood City, CA
Sign-Up: http://iospeninsula.eventbrite.comSign-Up For Dublin / East Bay Class
Date: Sat, Feb 16, 2013, 9 AM to 4 PM
Location: Hyatt Place, 4950 Hacienda Drive, Dublin, CA
Sign-Up: http://iosdublin.eventbrite.comAbout the Instructor
Asim Jalis is the author of iPhone/iPad Programming. He has worked at Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and Salesforce. Asim has an MS in Computer Science from the University of Virginia, and an MA in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.Comments From Previous Students
“The teacher is wonderful and I’m learning so much, and having fun learning. Highly recommended!”—DB, San Francisco
“Thanks for a great class. I enjoyed the class and really like your teaching style. I’m looking forward to your future classes.”—BS, San Francisco
“Hands on programming throughout the class helped understand subject better.”—SS, San FranciscoWhat to Bring
Apple MacBook with OS X Lion or Mountain Lion and power-cord.
Xcode 4.5 installed.
To install Xcode click here and follow the steps.
Knowledge of Objective-C is not required for this class.
Familiarity with a programming language will be useful.
Early Bird - iPhone/iPad App Development 229.00
Regular - iPhone/iPad App Development 259.00