Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Cocoa Essential Training.
If you're a Premium Member of lynda.com, or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD, you will have access to some exercise files. I have expanded them here on my Desktop just in this Exercise Files folder. And inside that each of the relevant chapters has its own folder, and there're some files I'll be working with during this course, and we'll point out any files at the relevant time just by showing you the path to the file location. You'll also find some finished examples if you want to compare and contrast what you have done with what I have done. But these are all just for convenience. If you don't have access to the exercise files, you can follow along from scratch or with your own assets.
- Installing the tools
- Creating your first app
- Adding basic interactions
- Understanding the Cocoa application life cycle
- Creating custom controller classes
- Creating alerts
- Understanding delegation
- Working with buttons, text fields, sliders, and more
- Using layout and data views
- Adding and editing toolbars
- Using key-value coding
- Binding objects
- Debugging code
- Distributing an application
- Creating icons and full-screen apps
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Core Cocoa Skills
4. Creating User Interfaces
5. Arranging User Interfaces
6. Using Data Controls
7. Debugging and Troubleshooting
8. Distributing an Application
9. Finishing Touches
Creating full-screen apps6m 43s
Final thoughts4m 10s
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