Learn IOS tutorial Objective C

Aagam Shay

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23 Videos (7h 52m)
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 1 Object Oriented IOS concepts & Simple IOS Application

      22:40
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 2 storyboard, properties, syntax & custom methods YouTube

      28:38
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 3 Properties,NSObjects, NSStrings, NSarray, NSdictionary, NSset

      42:54
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 4 Segue, MVC, Diff kinds of Apps

      24:07
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 5 Timer App & IOS Design Patterns

      22:29
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 6 Email, Text & Alert

      27:39
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 7 Storyboard Button, TextField, progressView, Stepper, Label & Switch

      32:05
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 8 Blocks

      11:22
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 9 Gestures Pinch, Tap, Swipe, Rotate, Pan

      14:18
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 10 GCD & Multithreading

      10:56
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 11 Core Motion Accelerometer Gyroscope Magnometer

      15:42
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 12 CoreLocation, Current Location, Geofencing, Geocoding

      26:16
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 13 Mapkit, Current Location, Custom Annotation, Overlays

      27:55
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 14 Categories, Extensions & Protocols

      13:36
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 15 App Lifecycle & View Lifecycle

      7:25
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 16 Learn to make a Web Browser

      11:26
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 17 Core Data, Local Storage & Relations

      27:22
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 18 Push Notifications

      18:13
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 19 Animation, Camera & Photos Album

      16:47
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 20 Video Recording, Video Playback & Save to Album

      13:47
    • Learn IOS Tutorial 22 Rest API, NSURLsession, download video to albums

      20:56
    • IOS tutorial 23 how to upload apps to appstore

      12:16
    • Learn iOS Tutorial 24 Make own server, Rest API, Server Call & Json Data

      22:50

About This Class

Learn how to make your computer own server and get Json data back from it and use iPhone application to display it. The language used in iOS development is objective C. It is an object-oriented language and hence, it would be easy for those who have some background in object-oriented programming languages. iOS Developers write software applications (apps) using a programming language called Objective-C and a development environment called Xcode. In this track, we'll get off to a running start by building a simple crystal ball iPhone app that can predict the future! Then, we'll switch gears and get a more formal introduction to programming and iOS development. Finally, we'll finish things up by building a more intermediate iPhone app that reads external data sources. Please note: iOS apps can only be built on a Mac computer, and not a PC.

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