iOS Development: Learn to Build Your First App
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iOS Development: Learn to Build Your First App

Learn How to Create A Simple iPhone App
4.5 (13 ratings)
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1,552 students enrolled
Created by Psan Premarat
Last updated 6/2015
English
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Create a simple app
Overview of Swift
Using Xcode IDE and Interface Builder
Model-View-Controller design pattern
Basic UIKit components like buttons and labels
How to debug if needed
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Requirements
  • Xcode installed (free from app store)
  • basic knowledge of Xcode and Swift preferred, but not required
Description

In this course you will learn how to build your very own iPhone app. This course will teach you how to create a basic app, so that you will get a solid foundation in app development.

You will learn how to build a simple app with Swift and Xcode, the language we will be developing with. Swift is a programming language created by Apple for building iOS and Mac apps. It's powerful and easy to use, even for beginners.

My focus is to explain things in simple, plain English, so that you can get started making your own apps. My approach to this course will be to slowly introduce concepts as you need them, rather than trying to equip you with everything up front only to overwhelm you!

Towards the end of this course you will have learned about the core concepts and by the end you will have finished creating an app that will get you oriented with the world of iOS development.

Not only will you be learning how to create an app, but this course will give you a boost in your career. Programming can be self-taught and yes, you can start your own career in software development even if you don't have a formal background. It's probably the single greatest thing about this field; that merit is based on your achievements and hard work rather than by seniority.

Who is the target audience?
  • beginning developers
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
3 Lectures 13:56
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Building the App
5 Lectures 23:07
Designing the App
05:39

Views
03:46

View Controllers and IBAction
06:08

IBOutlet
03:15

Documentation & Help Resources
04:19

View Controllers, IBActions and IBOutlets
2 questions
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Data Model
4 Lectures 23:21
Data Collection
04:35

Refactoring Into a Model
05:43

Model-View-Controller
03:24

Finishing Up Our Model
09:39

Creating A Data Model
3 questions
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User Interface
3 Lectures 26:48
Implementing Auto Layout
06:14

Adapting The Content
07:48

Adding Color
12:46
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Debugging
3 Lectures 19:15
Debugging Basics
03:43

Breakpoints
06:13

Exception Breakpoints
09:19
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Finishing Touches
3 Lectures 12:45
Deploying to a Device
06:29

Launch Screens & App Icons
05:45

Conclusion
00:31
About the Instructor
Psan Premarat
3.8 Average rating
31 Reviews
2,609 Students
4 Courses
Software Developer

I am a software developer with over 10 years programming experience and consulting for corporations throughout the U.S. and Europe. I've programmed everything from security systems to music drivers for computer games.

I'm also a co-founder of an App development company. We have developed numerous apps the past 5 years, with many of them soaring to the top of the charts in their particular category.

I love speaking at conferences, user groups and code camps. I also love to teach in classrooms, consult businesses, and train people online, but what I love most is playing video games with my amazing wife.