Program Overview :
The "iPhone Applications Development" Course begins with a brief coverage on Objective C and focuses more on tools and utilities required for building iPhone applications. The iPhone training course is designed to train the aspiring audiences on Objective C syntax and constructs and XCode IDE. It also explains the framework, how to build objective C classes, Properties and methods, Debugging using XCode and memory management on the iPhone.
This Course covers the iPhone Hierarchy delegates, view controllers, Interface and architecture to build an application that can be scaled after being put on sale. The course also includes how touch will impact the users and development and debugging for animation and user interface.
• This interactive training provides "oncept, problem and Solution system" which provides a step-by-step approach for all candidates.
• With this course participants will master objective-C, Xcode and Interface Builder to develop iPhone applications.
• Get hands-on knowledge with the iPhone's Cocoa touch development environment, including Xcode and Interface Builder
• Start writing your own iPhone applications that make full use of the iPhone SDK
2. Introduction to Objective C
4. View Controllers
5. Table View Controllers
6. Navigation Application
7. Tab Bar Controllers
8. SQLite Database
9. Audio and Video Playback
10. Internet connectivity
11. Map View
12. Web View
13. XML Parsing
14. JSON Parsing
15. Application Integration
16. Email sending
17. Message sending
• iOS Beginners
• iOS Developers
• Any IT Professional who wants to learn iOS programming
Our Consultant, is a Senior Systems Engineer with over 3 years of experience in iPhone Application development. He is presently employed with a top MNC based out of Bangalore.
Our Consultant,'s experiences include iPhone and iPad Application development, support, testing and preparing technical documentation, which involves an understanding of the framework conventions, best practices, memory management and development tools. His skills also include translating client requirements into design documentation.