Build iPhone Apps using Dreamweaver CS6 and Xcode combined.
- This course requires an Apple Macintosh computer able to run Dreamweaver and Xcode.
This course is old and not updated, so please do not give it bad reviews because of that.
This course is about on using any existent beginners knowledge of html and css to build native iPhone apps.
We will be doing it from scratch up to the point where you are ready to start the process of sending your app to the App Store.
I will show you that you can build native apps for iphone easier than you can imagine just by using Dreamweaver, some web development tools and few lines of Objective-C.
It will take you about 6 hours to complete this course on "learn by watching" method.
I will be showing you how to organize your self, how to plan your work and normal possible problems and mistakes a long the way.
Don't waste your existent knowledge thinking that iPhone apps are hard to build. Use it to jump to the future in an easier way, and get started now and today.
- You should be familiar with html and css. No programming experience is required.
- About this course02:22
- Download full project10.8 MB
- Planning your work03:15
- Organize folders and start using Dreamweaver06:59
- Understanding the code on Dreamweaver and starting to build our first page.12:04
- Prepare the browser for tests and create our stylesheet.css file.04:16
- Adding colors to our first page using Themes from Jquerymobile.13:05
- Learning how to change colors of your theme.07:00
- Creating the first css code.08:17
- Start a Sub-Page of our App14:21
- Create a Shadow around our Menu of Options02:53
- Creating more Css09:01
- Create more Pages of our Menu of Options05:40
- Create Content for our Sub-Pages03:45
- Create more Css for each Sub-Page09:26
- Adding a Button with Phone Number for each Sub-Page14:55
- Adding Pictures13:10
- Creating the Location Page14:05
- Jump to Xcode12:21
- Making Adjustments on our App03:44
- Fixing Problems05:28
- Adjusting the App for iPhone 4 and 504:25
- Preparing the Icons for our App10:16
- Preparing the Lauch Images10:03
- Preparing Screen Shots and a Large Icon06:21
- Explaining Common Mistakes Before Sending to the App Store03:53
- Starting the Process of Sending to the App Store09:34
- Send to App Store08:12
- Final Conclusion01:44
I started to work with computers in 1982 in the data entry department of a large bank in Brazil. On 1983 I started my programming career and three years after, I became a System Analyst at this bank. I left the bank 1992 and moved to United States and since there I have been developing systems for many companies in US and Europe.
I love to teach, give advice and guide beginners on anything related with computers.
Today I live in US and Brazil, but most of the time in US.