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In iPhone SDK: Developing iPad Applications, author Simon Allardice shows developers how to apply their existing knowledge of Xcode, Objective-C and the iPhone SDK to create applications for the iPad. The course focuses on what's different on the iPad, including design principles for the larger screen real estate, detecting device capabilities, and working with new Xcode project types. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I'm Simon Allardice and welcome to iPhone SDK Developing iPad Application.s In this course, we are going to take your current iPhone SDK development skills and see what's new and what's different about developing apps for this great device. We will use the new project times in Xcode that are specific designed for iPad applications. We will work with the new user interface elements, things like popovers and modal windows, and create not only iPad specific apps but also create universal applications, where one app can change itself for an optimized experience on both the iPhone and the iPad screens.
And while the underlined technologies of the iPad are the same as the iPhone and iPod touch, if you spent any time with the iPad, you'll know this device is way more than just a big iPhone and with millions of iPads sold in just the first couple of months, that the application possibilities for this device are huge. So let's get started with iPhone SDK Developing iPad Applications.
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