In this series I will take a user from the beginning stage and fundamentals of iPhone development to building complete real world applications and even dive into a interaction with web service which many dont do.
The title says it all this is the beginning of your iPhone endevours. This is the basis everyone needs in order to start developing iPhone apps. If you are a new (aspiring) developer no need to worry, watch this series and you will be up and running in no time.
In this tutorial instructor Justin Junda walks you through the ins and outs of the XCode navigation window. He explains in detail what each window does and what each default file in the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) means.
In this tutorial instructor Justin Junda walks you through Interface Builder (IB). IB is the other half of the duo XCode being the first. After this tutorial you should have a great understand what IB is and what it does.
In this tutorial instructor Justin Junda takes you through the first steps of using XCode / Interface Builder to start building a sample "hello world" application. This hello world app is a pretty standard coding practice for most beginning developers diving into a new language or program.
In this tutorial Freeducate.org instructor Justin Junda shows you how to properly upgrade to XCode 4 using the App Store. Currently you must have Apples latest OSX Lion and then use the App Store to get XCode 4 and overwrite your old version of XCode 3.
In this tutorial Freeducate.org instructor Justin Junda shows a user how to add same final touches to our simple Hello World app. He shows us how to add a simple icon along with a splash screen that runs before the app launches. If you like any of these tutorials or have thoughts leave a comment or visit Freeducate.org to let Justin know.
Example Files to Getting Started Section 1
In this tutorial Freeducate.org instructor Justin Junda walks and talks us through some basis understanding of the difference between storyboard files and XIB files. This is a relatively new feature of iOS and understanding why storyboards or important will help to speed your coding efforts. If you like these video please leave a comment and let Justin know.
Justin Junda is back with another tutorial to teach you all about iPhone development. In this tutorial Justin Junda takes you on a journey of making your first interactions come to life. We look at Actions and Outlets and get them set up to connect with buttons and labels in the next tutorial to bring it all together.
Hope everyone is enjoying this series. Justin Junda show us now how to finish up the interactions and connect the actions and outlets that we learned about in the previous video to the user inferface (UI). This will bring everything together and provide some classy interactions and give you a good understand about interaction as we move forward. Don't forget to leave a comment and say hello! As check out Freeducate.org for the latest and greatest thoughts from Justin Junda.
Serial Entrepreneur with over twelve years of progressive experience. Proven success in Electrical, Software and Computational Engineering, Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI), interactive design, and instructional design for intelligence, imagery, and systems training in Military, commercial, and government organizations. Justin is a ROCKSTAR programmer working for some of the largest government contractors in the business including SAIC, Northrop Grumman and CACI. Also, he produced numerous award winning products in video and feature film production, entertainment services, all while still maintain his true love of teaching others.