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In this course, author Simon Allardice shows how to develop, debug, and deploy applications for the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch using iOS 5 SDK and Xcode 4. The course reviews Objective-C basics, covers key concepts such as the Model-View-Controller pattern and delegation, and explores new features of the SDK, including Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) and Storyboards. The course also shows how to create and customize user interfaces and table views and develop apps with multiple view controllers, and explores the differences between iPhone and iPad development.
Hi! This Simon Allardice, and welcome to iOS SDK Essential Training. Here you'll see how to build applications that run on the iPhone and the iPad, using Apple's free iOS SDK, or software development kit. In this course we'll work with Xcode 4, the main application for creating, testing, debugging, and managing our apps. You see a lot of Objective-C, the programming language we use to create iOS applications. But apart from the tools and the language, we're going to explore the conventions and guidelines of programming iOS devices, essential concepts like model ViewController, target action, and delegation.
And we'll see how to build an iOS user interface using the most recent features of the iOS 5 SDK, like ARC and Storyboards. We'll work with the most important controls and controllers in iOS. We'll talk about testing and debugging and even see what's different when developing for the iPad. So let's get started.
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