Build iPhone Apps using Dreamweaver CS6 and Xcode combined.
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This course is about on using any existent beginners knowledge of html and css to build native iPhone apps.
We will be doing it from scratch up to the point where you are ready to start the process of sending your app to the App Store.
I will show you that you can build native apps for iphone easier than you can imagine just by using Dreamweaver, some web development tools and few lines of Objective-C.
It will take you about 6 hours to complete this course on "learn by watching" method.
I will be showing you how to organize your self, how to plane your work and normal possible problems and mistakes a long the way.
Don't waste your existent knowledge thinking that iPhone apps are hard to build. Use it to jump to the future in an easier way, and get started now and today.
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|Section 1: Before we start|
About this course
|Lecture 2||10.8 MB|
Here you can download the full project before start.
|Learn how to plan your work by making a drawing using tools from the internet.|
Organizing your work folders, start using Dreamweaver and understand the basics of it.
|Section 2: Starting with Dreamweaver|
|Lets understand the code generated by Dreamweaver and start to modify the template pre-made by it.|
|Prepare the browser adjusting to the exactly size of an iPhone 5 screen and create your first css file.|
|Section 3: Theme and Colors|
|Starting to use themes from jquerymobile.com and creating a beautiful new style for our app.|
Lets learn how to make changes on a theme downloaded from jquerymobile.com.
Lets create our first css class using tools from the internet and applying into our app.
|Section 4: Adding Sub-Pages|
Starting on creating another page with a big menu following our drawing.
|Adding shadow on our menu and starting to add more style on our app.|
|Creating more css code to add style on our titles.|
|Create a new page for each option of our menu.|
Adding content for each extra page created and linked into our menu options.
|Adding style on our pages creating more css code.|
|Adding a button with a phone number so the user can click and activate the calling on the phone.|
|Decorating our app with nice pictures.|
|Creating the other page of our app.|
|Section 5: Starting with Xcode|
|Starting to use Xcode and creating a short code to use with our app.|
Making Adjustments on our App
|Fixing problems even after your code was implemented in Xcode.|
|Adapting our app to work with iPhone 4 and iPhone 5.|
|Section 6: Creating Icons and Scheenshots|
Preparing the small icons and adding in to the proper location in Xcode.
|Creating the launch images needed before we upload our app to the App Store.|
Taking screenshots using the IOS simulator and saving into our computer.
|Checking the common mistakes that could happen before you try to validade your app.|
|Section 7: Sending to App Store|
|Starting the process of sending your app to the App Store.|
|Uploading your app to the App Store.|
|Section 8: Conclusion|
|This is just a review about our App and the tools used to do it.|
I started to work with computers in 1982 in the data entry department of a large bank in Brazil. On 1983 I started my programming career and three years after, I became a System Analyst at this bank. I left the bank 1992 and moved to United States and since there I have been developing systems for many companies in US and Europe.
I love to teach, give advice and guide beginners on anything related with computers.
Today I live in US and Brazil, but most of the time in US.