Thursday, May 12, 2011

Learn iPhone Development - Programming For iPhone Devices Using The iPhone SDK | Video Tutorials

If you're interested in programming for iPhone devices, learn iPhone development in this series of videos from the iPhone SDK Essential Training Course from Lynda.com. Developer Simon Allardice will take you through the process of becoming an iPhone developer. You'll get to explore the core development tools for iPhone (Xcode, Interface Builder, and Instruments), the language (Objective-C), and the framework (Cocoa Touch). If you want to start learning programming for iPhone devices, then I highly recommend this course. And I have to say, Simon Allardice has an awesome voice and accent. He sounds like a British secret agent. I think all software training videos should be narrated by him.

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Course Information

Training Provider: Lynda.com
Title: iPhone SDK Essential Training
Author: Simon Allardice
Duration: 6hrs 52mins
Date of release: 20 October 2009

Chapter 1. Getting Started
Registering as an iPhone Developer
Installing the iPhone SDK
Joining the Apple iPhone Developer Program
Building a "simple" iPhone application
The "four pillars" of iPhone application development

Chapter 2. The Tools
Using Xcode
Using Interface Builder
Using the iPhone Simulator

Chapter 3. Writing Objective-C
Introducing Objective-C
Object orientation basics
Creating a simple Objective-C project
Using existing classes in Cocoa
Optional video: Format specifiers
Calling methods in Objective-C
Writing your own classes
Compiling and running your application

Chapter 4. Memory Management
Introduction to memory management
Object lifetime
Cleaning up
Using autorelease pools

Chapter 5. Core iPhone Project Skills
Using the different iPhone project templates
Using Model-View-Controller (MVC)
Basic interaction
Dismissing the keyboard
Understanding delegation
Alerting the user
How your application works

Chapter 6. Debugging and Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting your application
Creating and using breakpoints
Using zombies to fix problems

Chapter 7. Using UI Controls
Creating interfaces in Interface Builder
Using and customizing the Picker
Using data sources
Selecting an item in the Picker
Understanding and using the Apple UI guidelines

Chapter 8. Table Views
Creating a simple table
Reusing table cells
Customizing the table
Customizing table view cells

Chapter 9. Multi-View Applications
Introduction to Multiple View applications
Creating a utility application
Using Navigation Controllers
Creating a navigation application
Using a toolbar
Using a tab bar

Chapter 10. Using the Image Picker
Understanding the Image Picker
Using the Image Picker
Checking for available image sources

Chapter 11. Using the Accelerometer
Accelerometer concepts
Switching orientation
Reacting to a Shake event
Accessing accelerometer data

Chapter 12. Saving Data
Options for saving data on the iPhone
Saving iPhone application data to property lists
Saving iPhone application preferences

Chapter 13. Animation and Audio
Core animation basics
Using simple animations
Core audio basics
Playing audio files

Chapter 14. Finishing Touches
Creating an application launch image
Creating an application icon
Introduction to instruments
Where to go from here
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