This Objective-C training class teaches the fundamentals of programming in Objective-C, the language used to develop iPhone and iPad applications. This course covers Xcode, the integrated development environment used to build Objective-C applications. Primitive and reference variables are covered as well as arithmetic operators, conditional processing, looping, and functions. The object-oriented nature of the language is presented as well as the Foundation framework. An introduction to the Cocoa framework and a discussion of a basic user interface for mobile devices are included. We will use Xcode built-in iPhone and iPad simulators for the exercises and demonstrations in the course. In this way, students get a feel for how iPhone and iPad application development works and will be ready to move on to our iOS Application Development class.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Mobile Apps class:
Basic computer experience.
Experience in the following would be useful for this Mobile Apps class:
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Students rated our Objective-C Training for iOS Development trainers 8.89 out of 10 based on 1 reviews
Great overall introduction to iOS and Objective-C programming!
Steve Veloff, St. Petersburg College
St. Petersburg FL
To really understand the fundamentals of Objective-C, you need a course like this.
Seth Burden, North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Ins.
The online instructor led course was very well organized. The instructor was knowledgeable, the exercises were clear, concise, and were very relevant to the concepts being covered. I was very impressed with the course. It gave a very good introduction to Objective C.
Sheri Green, Fox Networks Group
Newbury Park CA
Great online training.
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