This course will introduce you to the aspects of user interface design for mobile devices and the unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. It will cover the concepts of Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Objective-C programming language, object-oriented Database API, animation, multi-threading and performance considerations. We will be using the tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platform using the iOS SDK.
C language and object-oriented programming experience.
Professionals and students who are interested in creating basic iOS applications and using that knowledge to create sophisticated Apps in future.
We will see an overview of this course and will introduce you to the different components in iOS.
Tool for developing iOS apps. We will take you through the tour guide to use this tool.
We will take you through the basics of object C, understand about Classes and its role in app development.
Frameworks, details about strings and its usage.
End to end details about how view controller loads and walk through its life cycle.
You will be able to develop iOS apps comfortably without much assistance and also be familiar with the iOS programming ecosystem.
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