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Developing Apps for iOS 4 (Fall 2010)

by Stanford

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Course Description

The lectures and materials in this course are based on iOS 4. They remain available for reference and archival purposes. For the latest course taught on iOS 7 please check out Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPhone and iPad.

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, mobile device power management and performance considerations.

This undergraduate Stanford course was taught on campus twice a week in 75 minute lectures with bonus 60 minute presentations over a ten week period.

Object-Oriented Programming: CS106A, CS106B, CS107 (recommended)

Customer Reviews

This course is awesome

But I can't find the slides for it. I know the 2011 course is already out, but it deals with XCode 4.0 which I don't have, and I had already gotten into like the 4th or 5th video of this, but I've been in a serious need of those slides. 2009 course had slides, and so does the 2011 course.

Can anyone tell me where to find them? Thanks.

Developing Apps for iOS 4 (Fall 2010)
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