Class on Demand Learning iPad Programming LiveLessons (Download)

Class on Demand Learning iPad Programming LiveLessons (Download)

Class on Demand Learning iPad Programming LiveLessons (Download)

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  • 1Description

In Learning iPad Programming LiveLessons, instructor Kirby Turner walks you through the process of building PhotoWheel, a photo management and sharing app that leverages the most common aspects of iOS 5. Each video lesson focuses on the latest features in iOS 5 and Xcode, including Storyboarding, Core Data, Automatic Reference Counting (ARC), iCloud, and more. If you want to build apps for the iPad, Learning iPad Programming LiveLessons will lead you through each step with visual queues and Kirby's own tips and tricks.

Introduction (1:25)
Lesson 1
1.1: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Lesson Introduction (0:45)
1.2: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Downloading and Installing (3:38)
1.3: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Creating a New Project (3:20)
1.4: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Exploring Project Options (4:35)
1.5: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Reviewing Generated Project Files (3:48)
1.6: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Exploring Workspace Window (7:57)
1.7: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Using the iOS Simulator (2:11)
1.8: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Using Interface Builder (11:18)
1.9: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Creating Outlets and Actions (12:46)
1.10: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Using Editors (3:41)
1.11: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Exploring Other Xcode Features (8:42)
1.12: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Examining Organizer (6:16)
1.13: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Accessing Documentation (3:01)
1.14: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Debugging Your App (5:08)
1.15: iPad Programming Fundamentals | Provisioning Your iPad (10:57)
Lesson 2
2.1: Storyboard and View Controllers | Lesson Introduction (0:34)
2.2: Storyboard and View Controllers | Creating the Xcode Project (11:55)
2.3: Storyboard and View Controllers | Introducing Storyboard (10:06)
2.4: Storyboard and View Controllers | Understanding the Initial View Controller (4:24)
2.5: Storyboard and View Controllers | What is a View Controller? (4:05)
2.6: Storyboard and View Controllers | Preparing for Segue (3:07)
2.7: Storyboard and View Controllers | Understanding View Controller Containment (16:11)
2.8: Storyboard and View Controllers | Building an About Box (17:07)
Lesson 3
3.1: Views and Gestures | Lesson Introduction (0:37)
3.2: Views and Gestures | Creating a Wheel View (26:20)
3.3: Views and Gestures | Using Touch Gestures (8:02)
3.4: Views and Gestures | Writing a Custom Touch Gesture (15:22)
3.5: Views and Gestures | Making WheelView More Useful (15:18)
3.6: Views and Gestures | Introducing Table Views (9:33)
3.7: Views and Gestures | Creating a Grid View (13:34)
3.8: Views and Gestures | Adding Wheel and Grid Views to PhotoWheel (12:23)
Lesson 4
4.1: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Lesson Introduction (0:45)
4.2: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Introducing Core Data (7:58)
4.3: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Designing the PhotoWheel Data Model (7:27)
4.4: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Generating Subclasses (13:31)
4.5: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Adding a Model Object (7:51)
4.6: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Fetching Results (10:15)
4.7: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Using the Fetched Results Controller (19:39)
4.8: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Using the Image Picker Controller (19:46)
4.9: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Editing a Model Object (5:29)
4.10: Data Persistence and Working with with Photos | Deleting a Model Object (5:53)
Lesson 5
5.1: Rotation and Scroll Views | Lesson Introduction (0:21)
5.2: Rotation and Scroll Views | Adding Device Rotation Support (2:39)
5.3: Rotation and Scroll Views | Performing a Custom Rotation Animation (8:02)
5.4: Rotation and Scroll Views | Setting the Launch Image (3:56)
5.5: Rotation and Scroll Views | Creating a Custom Segue (12:28)
5.6: Rotation and Scroll Views | Customizing Navigation Controller Pop Animation (9:38)
Lesson 6
6.1: Scroll Views | Lesson Introduction (0:22)
6.2: Scroll Views | Building a Full SCreen Photo Browser (23:13)
6.3: Scroll Views | Pinching and Zooming a Photo (12:44)
Lesson 7
7.1: Cloud Services | Lesson Introduction (0:34)
7.2: Cloud Services | Getting Your Flickr App Key (1:02)
7.3: Cloud Services | Writing a Simple Flicker API Class (8:48)
7.4: Cloud Services | Downloading Images (9:21)
7.5: Cloud Services | Adding Flickr to the List of Options (4:21)
7.6: Cloud Services | Creating a Custom Grid View Cell (4:09)
7.7: Cloud Services | Displaying Flickr Photos (11:01)
7.8: Cloud Services | Saving Selected Flickr Photos (11:17)
7.9: Cloud Services | Enabling iCloud Syncing in PhotoWheel (2:50)
7.10: Cloud Services | Storing Images Outside of Core Data (10:28)
7.11: Cloud Services | Making the Persistent Store Coordinator Work for iCloud (5:49)
7.12: Cloud Services | Receiving Data from iCloud (5:22)
Conclusion (0:35)
Table of Contents
  • 1Description
Instructor Kirby Turner
Run Time 8:25:40

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