Training for Xcode

OS X 10.6.6
This is our most popular course and provides a solid introduction to Xcode App Development. The training includes: Teaching you the essentials about Objective-C (the iPhone and Mac Programming Language) An extensive tour of the tools of the trade (namely XCode and Interface Builder) and an in depth knowledge of the workings of the iOS SDK (Software development kit). 65 Video Tutorials Included: - Setting up Xcode - Explaining the Program - Variables - Interface - Implementation - Creating an Object - Creating Multiple Objects - Accessing Instance Variables - Data Types and Other Stuff - int and float Conversions - Type Casting and Assignment Operators - Intro to Looping - scanf and increment operators - Nested for Loops - While Loops - do Statements - if else - Useful if else Program - Nested if Statements - else if Statements - Switch - Conditional Operator - Separating Files - Running the New Program - Synthesized Accessor Methods - How young of a chick can I date? - But what if I'm a millionaire? - Inheritance - My Mom - Starting the Rectangle Class - Finishing the Rectangle Class - OMG, a Square Class?! - Making steve the Square - Creating a Point class - Enhancing the Rectangle class - Running the Brand New Point Program - Overriding Methods - New Instance Variables and Abstract Classes - Introduction to Polymorphism - Running a Polymorphic Program - Dynamic Binding and id - Error / Exception Handling - Directives for Controlling Scope - External / Global Variables - Static Variables - Enumerated Data Types - eNum Program - Categories - #define Statement - #import Statement - Introduction to Number Objects - Number Object Methods - String Objects - Substrings and Ranges - Mutable Strings - Finishing Mutable Strings - Introduction to Arrays - Mutable Arrays - Dictionary Objects - Working with Files - Copy and Rename Files - Working with File Attributes - Deleting and Printing Files - Working with Directories - Read and Write Files We love to hear your feedback. Please remember, we cannot reply to your comments in the Mac App Store. If you have a question, please contact us on our support site. Thank you! Need help? Visit