Easy programming: create your first app for iPhone. Part 2.

Irina Galkina, Easy programming.

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8 Videos (15m)
    • intro

      0:48
    • Cats and classes

      1:20
    • Reflex buttons into the source code

      2:12
    • Method for the buttons

      1:18
    • First start

      2:11
    • Arrays

      1:30
    • Method highlighting

      3:07
    • Update highlighting for buttons

      2:37

About This Class

We will create simple and useful application for iOS - Egg Timer.

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We will start from setting up development environment and go to the completed application.

In this class you'll learn:

  • how to set up development environment(download Xcode and start your first project);
  • how to quick and simple add different controllers (buttons, labels, sliders etc.) to your app's screens;
  • basic structure of the iOS application;
  • what is the storyboard and how to use it;
  • the basics of construction of the source code;
  • how to connect controllers form the storyboard with source code;
  • how to add and use timers in your apps;

In the Part 2 we will do:

  • connection source code to the storyboard;
  • highlighting of the buttons;
  • construction for saving current state of the screen.

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And also we will learn something new about cats)

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Irina Galkina

Easy programming.

Hi everyone! My name is Irina and I'm a programmer and a teacher.

One day I discovered word of programming and now as a programmer I work with such wonderful programming platforms as Java, Processing, Swift and I hope I get few more in the future!

Also I work as a teacher on programming online-classes. I really like to share my knowledge with other people and make something complicated easy to understand.

The programming is a area where your practical skills are very important and thats why I create simple and useful classes for everyone who wants to try themselves in programming.

As a teacher and a programmer I found out that the best way to learn programming is to start from something useful easy and enthralling, something that will be interesting for you to code.