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As cell phones turn out to be more predominant, associations progressively need to create both in-house and open applications to enhance the administrations they give and to keep up an aggressive edge. In this course, you will pick up the establishment preparing for programming iPhone and iPad applications utilizing either Swift or Objective-C and the iOS SDK.


Start Date End Date Session Time Location Booking
02-01-2017 13-01-2017 M,T,W,T,F 10:00-17:00 Central London Register
09-01-2017 20-01-2017 M,T,W,T,F 10:00-17:00 Central London Register
16-01-2017 27-01-2017 M,T,W,T,F 10:00-17:00 Central London Register


Introducing the iPhone and iPad Programming

  • Overview of iPhone and iPad devices
  • Rich, revolutionary development platform and APIs
  • Programming considerations for handheld devices
  • Getting started with application development
  • Exploring the iOS Software Development Kit (iOS SDK)
  • Xcode
  • Cocoa Touch
  • Working with the Simulator
  • Interface Builder
  • Frameworks

Creating the User Interface

Leveraging Storyboards

  • Linking views visually
  • Presenting views modally
  • Experimenting with different segues
  • Displaying contents in a Popover
  • Embedding views in containers
  • Building applications with Xcode
  • Enhancing productivity with templates
  • Importing external resources
  • Developing iPhone/iPad universal applications
  • Designing views with Interface Builder
  • Dragging and dropping objects
  • Linking objects to controllers
  • Controlling size, position and alignment
  • Defining scenes with the storyboard
  • Testing with the Simulator
  • Recognizing limitations in comparison to a real device
  • Test–driving the application

Coding the User Interface

Selecting the language

  • Creating new applications using Swift
  • Maintaining existing Objective–C applications
  • Conforming to the iOS application structure
  • Applying the Model–View–Controller (MVC) design pattern
  • Responding to application lifecycle events
  • Working with Cocoa Touch Frameworks
  • Saving data to permanent storage
  • Reading and writing files
  • Persisting data with property lists

Presenting Data with Table Views

Selecting the style to suit your application and creating table views

  • Choosing plain, grouped or indexed table views
  • Populating table view data
  • Customizing table views with images and formatting
  • Responding to user row selection
  • Implementing delegate methods
  • Providing visual feedback

Applying Navigation Tools and Techniques

Displaying multiples views using the tab bar

  • Creating multiple tabs
  • Associating tabs with views
  • Linking views with a navigation controller
  • Building hierarchical applications
  • Drilling down through different levels of detail

Interacting with Web Services

Evaluating implementation decisions

  • SOAP vs. REST native support
  • Parsing JSON vs. other formats
  • Establishing network communications
  • Leveraging the iOS networking classes
  • Issuing HTTP requests and reading responses
  • Posting updates to a database

Enhancing the User Interface

Recognising gestures and adding animations

  • Responding to swipes and taps
  • View transitions: curling and flipping views
  • Animating view properties
  • Adding gesture recognizers to views

Rotating views with autorotation

  • Supporting different layouts
  • Adapting to various device sizes


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