iOS SDK 7 Bootcamp

A 10 video-tutorial series that takes absolute beginners with no iOS development experience and teaches them the basics.
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Gain a solid foundation
Learn some of the nuances
Learn real-world applications
Write practical, efficient apps

Requirements

  • None

Description

If you need iOS work done, please e-mail me at tony.frizalone@gmail.com. Available for freelance.

This is a 10 video-tutorial series that teaches developers with no iOS app development experience the core concepts for iOS app development. Using Xcode 5 and iOS SDK 7, you start with a simple Hello World video and work your way all the way up to interacting with a remote server.

Each video focuses on a particular topic. The goal at the start of each video is very clear. The videos are very detailed, well-edited, and are very explicit.

Tony Friz, the author of the series, has been a self-taught iOS developer for 5 years. He knows just about everything there is to know when it comes to writing iOS applications.

All apps created in the videos are created for iOS 7 - you're getting the latest and greatest.

Who this course is for:

  • Developers with no iOS experience
  • Developers with some iOS experience
  • Everyone else

Course content

1 section11 lectures5h 2m total length
  • Introduction
    20:45
  • Hello World
    29:44
  • Control Objects
    31:19
  • Table Views
    26:56
  • Navigation Controllers
    33:01
  • Touch Response
    23:33
  • View Animations
    15:18
  • Archiving App Data
    01:05:47
  • Download/Play a Video
    28:03
  • Interacting With a Server
    24:46
  • Conclusion
    3 pages

Instructor

Tony Friz's iOS 14 Programming Basics Series
Tony Friz
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 47 Reviews
  • 9,637 Students
  • 2 Courses

Tony has been an iOS developer since the very beginning, since 2008 when the original iPhone OS SDK was released. Tony has worked for many large app-development companies including as the senior iOS developer in 2014-2015. He is an iOS development expert and has dabbled in Android app development as well. Even today, he is a proponent of keeping up-to-date with the latest in iOS development and Apple news.