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Creating an iOS application can seem daunting at first. It involves setting up an Apple Developer Account, and learning how to use Xcode and the iOS software development kit (SDK). But taken step-by-step, it's surprising how quickly you can start developing your first iOS app. Ron Lisle introduces you to the tools, terminology, and processes used in iOS development, as he guides you through creating a simple tip calculation application. Learn how to write the code that makes your app run, lay out and connect the user interface, and gather the assets you need to submit it to the App Store. Plus, find out how to install your app onto an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and test it to make sure it works.
Hi. I'm Ron Lisle, and welcome to Up and Running with iOS SDK. iOS is the operating system that runs on Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices, and the iOS SDK, or software development kit is the set of tools that let you create apps to let to run on IOS. In this course, I'll show you how to set up your computer to develop an IOS app and walk you through building an app from concept to completion.
We'll take a look at how to lay out a user interface. How to write the code that makes the app work, and throughout the whole process, I'll show you how to write test to make sure your app stays on track. Then we'll see what it takes to get your app ready for the app store, with icons and launch images and testing it on a real device. IOS is an incredibly popular platform to develop for, and getting started is easy. So let's get Up and Running with iOS SDK.
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