Objective C for iPhone-iPad App Programming
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Objective C for iPhone-iPad App Programming

Learn how to write apps for iPhone and iPad apps with Objective-C.
3.5 (22 ratings)
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408 students enrolled
Created by my bringback
Published 6/2012
English
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of the course, you will have a basic understanding of Objective-C
  • In this course, you will learn to navigate Xcode (used to build iPhone/iPad apps) and a general understanding of Objective-C
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Requirements
  • Apple Macintosh computer with OS X installed
Description

In this course you will Learn Objective C and its basic programming understanding. As you may or may not know, Objective-C is the main programming language for iOS (iPhone/iPad) apps development which you will learn in thisiphone/ipad App Development Tutorial.

Who is the target audience?
  • New to iPhone/iPad programming
  • Beginners to programming
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Curriculum For This Course
26 Lectures
02:34:00
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Installation
1 Lecture 04:04

This course is a great way to start learning the Objective C language so you can develop your first iPhone/iPad apps.

Xcode is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) developed by Apple for developing software for OS X and iOS. 

Preview 04:04
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Getting Started
25 Lectures 02:29:56
We will start by running and setting up our development environment with Xcode.
Preview 04:58

Navigation through Xcode and describing the basic components of our program.
Preview 08:38

In this tutorial, we introduce variables within your first program.
Basic Variables pt1
08:58

Continuation of variables.
Basic Variables pt2
07:53

In this tutorial, we learn how to comment.
Commenting
04:31

In this tutorial, we gain an understanding of math operators.
Basic Math Operators
05:03

In this tutorial, we learn the modulus operator.
Basic of Modulus Operator
05:36

In this tutorial, we learn about compound operators.
Compound Operators
04:42

In this tutorial, we learn about comparison operators.
Comparison Operators
05:48

In this tutorial, we learn about conditions such as "if and else" statements.
Basics of If and Else
05:38

In this tutorial, we continue conditions with nested if else statements.
Nested If Else
07:11

In this tutorial, we understand how to use else if statements.
Else If
05:19

In this tutorial, we introduce for loops.
Intro To For Looping
07:05

In this tutorial, we integrate scanf for user input within a loop.
Integrating Scanf with Loop
07:23

In this tutorial, we try out nested loops.
Nested Loops
06:07

In this tutorial, we utilize while loops.
While Loop
04:05

In this tutorial, we test out do while loops.
Do While
03:43

In this tutorial, we look at breaking out of loops.
Break Statement
07:04

In this tutorial, we learn how to use the continue statement for looping.
Continue Statement
06:12

In this tutorial, we cover briefly cover objects.
Intro to Objects pt1
05:27

Continuation of objects.
Intro to Objects pt2
08:55

In this tutorial, we learn how to utilize getters/setters the long way.
Getter/Setters (Long Way)
08:03

In this tutorial, we learn the condensed version to synthesizing accessors.
Synthesized Accessors (auto setter/getters)
04:45

In this tutorial, we learn how to use dot operators to set/get instance variables.
Dot Operator to Set/Get Instance Variables
02:44

In this tutorial, we learn how to establish local variables to use within our programs.
Local Variables
04:08
About the Instructor
my bringback
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