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iPad and iPhone Application Development (HD)

By Paul Hegarty

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Updated for iOS 5. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platform using the iOS SDK. User interface designs for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Objective-C programming language. Other topics include: object-oriented database API, animation, multi-threading and performance considerations. Prerequisites: C language and programming experience at the level of 106B (Programming Abstractions) 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 Monday, 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.

Customer Reviews

Awesome resource

I have learnt so much from this excellent course. So useful to go back to time and time again to keep on the straight and narrow.

Is this free????



As a teacher and programmer I cannot praise this course enough. I did a CS degree in the days when COBOL was for suits and FORTRAN was for hippies. I learned C from the original Kernighan & Ritchie book and have been playing iterative catchup for 30 years.

Coming to iOS and Objective-C for the first time was a shock: I thought I knew what I was doing but was soon put straight. The usual buy a book and use Google for the specifics did not work. This course has been a godsend. I work through the materials, try my own projects and then go back to see how it's done properly. It's just starting to make sense and I'm starting to get over the frustrations of an old time programmer being required to actually implement OOP.

If professor Hegarty needs a nominee for president of Stanford please let me know.