This is the compilation of final projects for students in Stanford Continuing Studies Program CS47: Beginning iPhone Application Development.
The CS47 class, taught by Jason Fieldman, consisted of ten two-hour classes held once a week. Students began the class with no expected previous knowledge of iPhone development or Objective-C programming. The class covered various aspects of the iPhone SDK, including multimedia, location awareness and connecting to remote servers.
Projects include (in alphabetical order):
Olivier Gillin: Twitter Status
Tomoko Iwata: Food Snap
Keith Kerian: Sleeper
David Maynard: Image Manipulation
Joe McCrate: Movies
Stephan Meier: Drawing
Shawn Peng: Let Snow Flakes Melt on Your Tongue
Zach Sanderson: Rook
Cyril Scott: My Balloon
John Stark: Poly Says
Skikrish Subramanian: Slide2Win
Alfred Yau: gCalc
Stanford Continuing Studies offers a broad range of courses in Liberal Arts & Sciences, Creative Writing and Professional & Personal Development. Courses are designed to cultivate and enrich the lives of adults in the Bay Area.
More information can be found on the Continuing Studies website: http://continuingstudies.stanford.edu/
Ratings and Reviews
Off to a good start...
This is a collection of small projects that are apparently the result of an introductory iPhone programming class.
Each project is a little "sketch" of an idea. My personal favorite is Photo Snap, as there really needs to be a way of tagging photos with some meta information easily. Quite impressive for a short course!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.