Developing Apps for iOS (HD)
By Paul Hegarty
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Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone platform using the iPhone SDK. User interface designs for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multitouch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller pattern, memory management, Objective-C programming language. iPhone APIs and tools including Xcode, Interface Builder and Instruments on Mac OS X. Other topics include: core animation, bonjour networking, mobile device power management and performance considerations. Prerequisites: C language and programming experience at the level of 106B or X. Recommended: UNIX, object-oriented programming, graphical toolkits Offered by Stanford’s School of Engineering, the course will last ten weeks and include both the lecture videos and PDF documents. A new lecture will be posted each Wednesday and Friday. Subscribe to this course, and automatically receive new lectures as they become available. Released with a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideo1. Introduction to Cocoa Touch, Objective-C, Tools, and MVC (September 21, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty starts the quarter with an introduction to Cocoa Touch, Objective-C, and the Model-View-Controller concept. (September 21, 2010)||28 9 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideo2. Building a Simple Calculator (September 23, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty demonstrates building a calculator app while expounding on the principles of MVC. (September 23, 2010)||30 9 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideo3. Objective-C and Foundation Frameworks (September 28, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty provides an overview of Objective-C and then talks about objects in Foundation Framework. (September 28, 2010)||5 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideo4. Foundation and Memory Management (September 30, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty continues his lecture on foundation frameworks and then covers objective-c memory management and introspection. (September 30, 2010)||11 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideo5. Protocols and Views (October 5, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty finishes his coverage of Objective-C topics with protocols. He then moves onto views and custom views. (October 5, 2010)||12 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideo6. Application & View Controller Lifecycle, Navigation Controller (October 7, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty finishes his custom view demo, and delves under the hood of "View-based Application." (October 7, 2010)||14 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideo7. More Controllers of Controllers, iPad, Universal Applications (October 12, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty continues his discussion on controllers and then moves on to universal app creation. (October 12, 2010)||19 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideo8. Gesture Recognizers (October 14, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty introduces getting input into UIView with gesture recognizers. (October 14, 2010)||21 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideo9. Image View, Web View, and Scroll View (October 19, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty discusses setting a UIView frame. (October 19, 2010)||26 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideo10. Table View (October 21, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty covers table view properties. (October 21, 2010)||28 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoKleiner Perkins iFund (October 15, 2010) - HD||Chi-hus Chien shares insights into building a successful company and describes what makes a great candidate for the $200M iFund. (October 15, 2010)||29 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideo11. Persistence (October 26, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty covers property lists, archiving objects, the filesystem, SQLite, and core data. (October 26, 2010)||2 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideo12. Core Data and Table Views (October 28, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty continues his discussion on core data and table views. (October 28, 2010)||9 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoDebugging Tools (October 22, 2010) - HD||Teaching assistants Steve and Sean discuss the various processes used to debug and test programs. (October 22, 2010)||9 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideo13. Blocks and Multithreading (November 2, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty covers blocks and when to use them. He then discusses multithreading with the Grand Central Dispatch API. (November 2, 2010)||10 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideo10 Hacks to Go From Idea to #1 App (October 29, 2010) - HD||Stanford Alumni Ankit Gupta and Akshay Kothari share some basic technical hacks they used to create iOS applications that have shot to the top of the application charts. (October 29, 2010)||12 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideo14. Core Location and Map Kit (November 9, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty introduces core location and map kit. (November 9, 2010)||16 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideo15. Editable Text, Modal View Controllers, and View Animation (November 11, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty wraps up his Shutterbug Map demo, and then introduces editable text fields, modal view controllers, and animation with a few key UIView properties. (November 11, 2010)||18 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoLinkedIn: Shipping with CoreData (November 5, 2010) - HD||Nick Gillet and Adam Nash from LinkedIn talk about the shipping a scaled product with core data in their flagship iPhone application. Nick then shares some sample code on how LinkedIn implements core data. (November 5, 2010)||23 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideo16. Core Motion, Segmented Control, and Alerts (November 16, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty covers animation with UIView, core motion with accelerometer and gyro inputs, and alerts. (November 16, 2010)||23 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoLessons from Bezos, Pincus, Young: CEO 2.0 (November 12, 2010) - HD||Bing Gordon shares lessons learned from his exposure to world class CEOs. (November 12, 2010)||2 12 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideo17. Media (November 18, 2010) - HD||Paul Hegarty lectures on adding photos and videos from the camera or user's library, playing video, storing media in the user's album, and playing and recording simple sounds and audio snippets in an app. (November 18, 2010)||2 12 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoBuilding Flipboard (November 19, 2010) - HD||Evan Doll shares the story behind founding Flipboard, a popular iPad app that gives users an interactive social magazine experience. (November 19, 2010)||2 12 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideo18. Accessibility on iOS: Make an App for Everyone (November 30, 2010) - HD||Chris Fleizach, an iOS Accessibility engineer, shows how to make an app accessible for visually impaired users. (November 30, 2010)||8 12 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|25||VideoCS193P Student Final Projects (December 6, 2010) - HD||Stanford students present their final app projects for the fall quarter CS193P course. (December 6, 2010)||5 1 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
Excellent content, well taught
I found this course very well put together and taught in an engaging way. An excellent starting point which looks like it will develop into a well rounded and fairly in-depth course. Looking forward to more content.
Excellent! Recommend to everyone who wants to learn ios
I am learning the course on iTune. I guess this is the best one out there. I tried the previous one from Standford and another one by Aachen University. I have to say the present course is much much better. Well structured. Well presented.
I am a complete novice at iOS and Objective C. Learning Objective C and this course at the same time has saved me a lot of time and gave me confidence and fun. You can start building a calculator app after just a couple of lectures and improve it as you learn more from the course. it is important to do the assignment before you move on to the next one. it helps you understand and try what you have learned. Sometimes you thought you understood the stuff you had just learned. When it came to the coding, you will find yourself lost and confused. After you have finished the assignment with the help of instructions and hints, you will get a better calculator app and better understanding of the concepts and strategies for app developing, as well as debugging.
I would recommend this to everyone.
The content of the course is brilliant and really easy to follow. All details were thought through and I love the fact the professor repeats the questions before answering them.
The slides are amazing!