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PD – Your First iOS App
In this 2-hour session, we will go through all the essential details you’d need to know to write an iOS app. You will learn how to use Xcode – the official iOS development tool from Apple. You will know the basic syntax of Objective-C. You will learn how to design the app interface using Interface Builder and Storyboard. You will learn how to test your app on iPhone Simulator. In particular, I will walk you through to write your first iOS app – and it will be a fully functional web browser! (Watch out, Google Chrome!)
29 November 2013 (TBA)
I will assume you know a little bit about programming:
- Know what a variable is, and its different types like integer, boolean, string, array etc.
- Know basic conditional statements like:
- Know how to write and call functions: e.g.
x = sum(39, sum(10, 30)); // x equals 79
- Know what a class and an object is, i.e. basic stuff on object-oriented programming.
However, you do not need to be a super wizard on coding to sign up this session. It’s okay if you learnt these 10 years ago and want to get a taste of iOS programming now.
Before you come, please install Xcode 5 from Mac AppStore on your macbook. It is a BIG download (2.1 GB) and takes a while to install so please do this beforehand. Otherwise you may not be able to follow us during the class.
You can download the demo XCode project here.
You can view it here.