iPhone App Development in 2 Hours

Get a taste of iPhone app development in Xcode on less than 2 hours.
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Introduction to iOS App Development
Introduction to the use of Xcode as an IDE
Introductory level training on Swift

Requirements

  • Basics understanding of the use of computers
  • You MUST have a Mac computer

Description

This short course is an introduction to developing iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode. Throughout the course, I will use Swift to get you started with some of the basics of developing iOS apps, such as interface builder, accessing the device's camera, adding maps, or basic animation. This course should give enough confidence to begin working on your iPhone apps and learn through longer courses. The course content is as follows:

  • Introduction

  • Xcode

  • iOS Simulator

  • Interface Builder

  • Accessing UI Outlets

  • Buttons

  • Image Views

  • break

  • Classes and Objects

  • Touches Moved

  • Animation Blocks

  • Maps

  • Web View

  • Final thoughts


Who this course is for:

  • Beginner mobile app developers
  • Beginner iPhone app developer
  • Entrepreneurs planning to develop their own apps

Course content

1 section14 lectures1h 37m total length
  • Introduction
    00:45
  • Xcode
    06:03
  • iPhone Simulator
    06:00
  • Interface Builder
    09:00
  • Accessing UI Outlets
    16:14
  • Buttons
    08:01
  • Image Views
    08:10
  • break
    01:25
  • Classes and Objects
    12:45
  • Touches Moved
    05:23
  • Animation Blocks
    05:02
  • Maps
    09:00
  • Web View
    08:58
  • Outro
    00:42

Instructor

Instructor
Amir J
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  • 106,625 Students
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Hi! My name is Amir, and I am glad you are reading this.


I am passionate about interactive development, mobile interfaces, and digital imagery. I have a background in 3d graphics and programming and in recent years, I have focused my efforts on the development for mobile devices.


Most of my times goes into C#, Swift, or Kotlin in Visual Studio, XCode, Unity and Android Studio.


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