Posts Tagged ‘iPhone app development classes’

Cogswell Hosts iOS4 Introduction Classes

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Cogswell College will host a series of classes anyone interested in learning more about developing applications for the iPhone and iPad devices. Cogswell College Alumni, faculty, staff and students can take the classes for $25 each (plus a small registration fee) – a 50% discount off the regular cost of the class.

To register, visit eventbrite and select the Cogswell discount option. You must complete your registration by October 17 to take advantage of the discount.

Class Dates:

Intro I – Monday, October 18 and Intro II – Tuesday, October 19

Agenda
6:30pm Registration, Food & Drink
7:00pm Class
10:00pm End

iOS4 Introduction I:

  • What’s new on iOS4
  • Anatomy of iPhone & iPad
  • Design Requirements
  • Icon and Launch Image Requirements
  • .PLIST & Orientation Requirements
  • Backward compatibility in SDK simulator & device
  • Application Submission Requirements
  • Application Approval Process

iOS4 Introduction II:

  • Xcode Templates
  • Objective-C & Debugging
  • MVC model & Frameworks
  • Variable Instances, Properties, Methods
  • ViewController & Memory Management
  • Xcode & Interface Builder
  • Calendar, Date, Timer
  • Image, Audio, Animation, WebView

Course Requirements:

  • Update to Mac OSX 10.6.3 – Snow Leopard
  • Update to iTune 9.2
  • Register for Apple Developer Account (FREE)
  • Download & Install iOS4.1 SDK

Instructor Bio:

Bess Ho is consultant in UI Engineering in both mobile and web technology. Her team “Don’t Move My Mouse” won “Honorable Mention,” most “entertaining” and most “potential” Facebook social game at Girl In Tech at Facebook Developer Garage. She led another team “Whack A Mouse” and won “Honorable Mention” at iPad Developer Camp earning a cover story on USA Today newspaper in the same week of Apple WWDC. She led another team “Chief Medical Officer” to win Health category at iPhone Developer Camp. She is the Nokia OSPF winner as mobile developer. She is official Samsung Mobile Innovator “Star.” She spoke at Web20 Expo SF, Where20 and many developer events.

-Bonnie Phelps, Dean of Institutional Advancement