How To Code An iPhone App Even With No Objective-C / iOS Experience

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By Bess Ho (Mobile Architect, Archimedes Ventures) This class is for anyone who has never developed an iPhone app before but who wants to learn. This will be a step by step beginners course for people who are just starting off on developer, and who are passionate and want to learn about iOS development.

iOS SDK Class for Beginners Saturday, May 21, 2011, 1pm - 6pm (Mountain View, CA) For more info and to register, click here. (Save $10 with discount code "women20")

iOS SDK Class for Intermediate - Design Patterns Saturday, May 28, 2011, 1pm - 4pm (Mountain View, CA) For more info and to register, click here. (Save $10 with discount code "women20")

Learn to Develop an iPhone or iPad application in 4 weeks on your own schedule For more info and to register, click here. (Save $25 with discount code "women")

The Course Details

iOS SDK Class for Beginners:

  • Xcode 4.0
  • Xcode, Interface Builder & Simulator
  • Icon and Launch Image Requirements
  • .PLIST & Orientation Requirements
  • Xcode Templates for iPhone & iPad
  • MVC model & Frameworks
  • Objective-C & Debugging
  • Header & Implementation Files
  • Variable Instances, Properties, Methods
  • IBOutlets & IBActions
  • Adding & Importing Framework
  • Memory Management
  • Label (UILabel), Button (UIButton), Image (UIImage), View (UIView)
  • Simple & Complex Animation
  • Audio & Vibration

iOS SDK Class for Intermediate - Design Patterns:

  • Customize & Style Status Bar, Navigation Bar, Tab Bar, Tool Bar
  • Customize & Style Navigation Button Item & Bar Button Item
  • Simple & Complex UIAlert
  • UIWebView
  • Utility Application Template
  • Tab Bar Application Template
  • Add Multiple View Controllers

About the guest blogger: Bess Ho is Mobile Architect and Instructor. She has helped and advised many early stage startups on iPhone, iPad, Cross-Platform mobile/web apps. She has received awards and honorable mentions from iPhone & iPad Dev Camps. She has guest-lectured at Stanford, spoke at mobile sessions at Web20 Expo SF, Where20, Mobile Play, Silicon Valley Code Camp. Bess is a contributing author on new book release "Sams Teach Yourself Twitter API in 24 Hours". Follow her on Twitter at @bess.