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This iphone application development training program is suitable for the freshers with no prior experience of professional programming. Personal attention is provided to every individual during the iphone application application development training program and the learning is made so interactive that everyone learns in a real industry development environment. We are also offering Corporate training
You will learn how to create full-featured iPhone apps from the scratch. It will be a comprehensive hands-on learning. You'll enjoy a distraction-free, interactive learning environment. Topics include:
Introduction to Mac
Migration from Windows operation system to MAC OS is challenging for first time users. In this topic, you will get a head start into MAC operating system. Getting familiar with shortcuts, environment and installation process of iPhone SDK.
Introduction to Objective-C
Objective-C is a simple object oriented language used to develop MAC/iPhone Applications. This will give you a head start into iPhone application development. You will learn classes, protocols, properties, memory management, message passing, and foundation classes.
Introduction to X-code
X-code is the preferred IDE to develop iPhone applications. You will learn how to build and run programs and different features available in X-code like debugging, console, etc.
Introduction to interface builder
It’s a visual tool to design User Interface. You will learn how to design user interfaces and use available controls like button, text view, text field, slider, etc.
Framework, design patterns and Cocoa Touch
Cocoa Touch is based on Cocoa, and embodies various object-oriented design patterns also used for programming on Mac. Understanding those patterns is essential to become as a competent iPhone developer. You’ll learn the benefits of model-view-controller (MVC), delegation, notifications, and other patterns in Cocoa Touch.
Views and controllers
Views represent the user interface of your application, and all the dynamic aspects of a view are handled by a view controller. View controllers are the hub of the model-view-controller (MVC) design. You’ll learn how to design views and wire them up to view controllers with outlets and actions.
Navigation and tab bar controllers
All the applications have one or other kind of navigation. Here you will learn about the most used view controller in most iPhone application i.e. the navigation and tab bar controllers.
Programmatic Interface creation
Interfaces can be created using Interface Builder as well as programmatically. Here you will learn about how to create interfaces without interface builder.
User input is very important in most of the applications. iPhone allows taking user inputs through virtual keyboard. You will learn how to use delegates to handle keyboard input.
Custom Drawing and Animation
Custom drawing and animation enables developer to develop custom figures and shapes. Animation adds to the wow factor of the application. You will learn how to use drawing and animation to add that wow factor to your application.
Introduced with iPhone 3.0, it allows user to manage, model and persist application specific data. You will learn how to persist application specific data using core data.
Connecting to outside world
Consuming data exposed by web-services is an integral part in modern applications. You will learn how to use iPhone SDK to connect to external world and use the information in your application.
Deploy applications on iPhone
You will learn how to deploy applications on iPhone simulator and iPhone/iPod devices.
Memory management is a key feature in any iPhone application. It can kill your application performance and can result in crash. Learn how to manage memory using retain counts and auto release pools, while avoiding common pitfalls.
Integrate with Core Services
Modern world applications share data to realize solutions to complex problems. Learn how to integrate your application with Address Book, Photos, Maps, Safari, Mail, and other
iPhone apps and services
Performance Monitoring and Debugging Use Apple’s Instruments utility and the GNU debugger (gdb) to isolate and fix problems and to eliminate hot spots and memory leaks.
Introduction to Shark & Instruments
You will learn about tools for tracing and profiling code.
Experienced developers teach the iphone application development, so they also teach all the tips and tricks which can essentially make the life easier. Our instructors also make you aware of the real problems that they face while developing an iphone app so that you learn how to get rid of the most common issues which cause maximum trouble.