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In the 10-chapter video course iOS Development for Beginners from Class on Demand, instructor Mark Lassoff starts with the basics of iOS development, teaching you how to create iOS user interfaces and tie those to Objective C code. The course also discusses critical concepts such as permanent data storage, audio and video, and the WebView container. Each chapter includes several informative lectures, code examples, and a lab exercise designed to help you integrate and retain the concepts presented. The course features over four hours of video instruction, numerous lab exercises, and dozens of code examples for creating your own iOS Applications for the iPhone, the iPad, or both.
Lessons (Run Time)
Chapter I: Creating a Simple iOS Application
1.1 Creating the Hello World Project (18:44)
1.2 Understanding Outlets and Actions (15:28)
1.3 Understanding Object Properties (7:26)
Chapter II: Rotation and Resizing
2.1 Enabling and Disabling Rotation (6:25)
2.2 Configuring View and Auto-Resizing (7:49)
2.3 Manually Places Views Elements (7:56)
2.4 Hiding the Keyboard (10:15)
Chapter III: XCode Storyboarding
3.1 Adding Scenes to the Storyboard (10:01)
3.2 Configuring Segues and Triggering Segues Programmatically (8:57)
3.3 Performing Tasks Before a Segue (7:10)
3.4 Creating iPad & iPhone Storyboards (13:14)
Chapter IV: Table Views
4.1 Building a Static Table View (9:18)
4.2 Building a Dynamic Table View (8:02)
4.3 Creating Table View with Custom Cell Design (15:07)
Chapter V: Tabs and Passing Data
5.1 Configuring the Tab Bar and Adding View Controllers (6:33)
5.2 Passing Information Between View Controllers (11:07)
Chapter VI: Working with Picker Components
6.1 DatePicker Component (8:51)
6.2 Custom Picker Component (10:30)
Chapter VII: Saving Data to the Device
7.1 Saving a File to the Device (9:06)
7.2 Loading a File from the Device (8:02)
7.3 Saving Object State Using Archiving (13:51)
Chapter VIII: Multi touch, Taps and Gestures
8.1 Working with Touches and Taps (11:05)
8.2 Working with Gestures (9:44)
Chapter IX: Working with hardware and iOS Features
9.1 Determining Location (10:21)
9.2 Creating Notifications (5:29)
9.3 Working with UI Web Views (11:26)
Chapter X: Working with Media
10.1 Playing Audio (9:34)
10.2 Playing Video (11:00)
About the Presenter
Mark Lassoff majored in communication and computer science with computers and programming as strong interests. Upon completing his college career, Mark worked in the software and web development departments at several large corporations. In 2001, on a whim, while his contemporaries were conquering the dot-com world, Mark accepted a position training programmers in a technical training center in Austin, Texas. It was there he fell in love with teaching programming.
Previously, Mark was a top technical trainer, traveling the world, providing training for software and web developers. Mark's training clients include the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, Discover Card Services, and Kaiser Permanente. In addition to traditional classroom training, Mark has authored and hosted video courses for several publishers, including his own company LearnToProgram.tv, Inc. Mark has authored over 15 online courses and works with students from all 50 states and over 47 countries.
Teaching programming has been Mark's passion for the last 10 years. That passion led Mark to found LearnToProgram, Inc., a publisher of books and video courses designed to teach web, mobile, and game development. Mark still actively authors and teaches courses for his company.
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