Programming in Objective-C 2.0 (3-Day Course)
The Programming in Objective-C 2.0 course is designed for beginner programmers, or those who are new to the Objective-C programming language.
The course will get you up to speed on the tools and techniques of programming. Students will learn the fundamentals of ANSI C and Objective-C and get a solid background and foundation for learning iPhone and iPad development. The course is taught in our state-of-the-art Apple Certified facilities and you can use our state-of-the-art computers or bring your own MacBook or MacBook Pro if you prefer.
This course is fast-paced and intensive and designed to get you working efficiently and creatively in Objective-C. We have designed it as an effective combination between instructor-led demonstrations and supervised working lab where our practice exercises are designed to reinforce key concepts taught to help you gain proficiency fast. Students - you'll receive an introduction to fundamentals of ANSI C programming, as well as object-oriented programming with Objective-C classes, objects, methods, messages, instance variables, and more. Our instructor will also teach students a more in-depth understanding of how Objective-C actually works to help you when you are trying to learn a new feature of Objective-C, or resolve a problem in the debugger.
Programming in Objective-C 2.0 is a great preparation to our five-day iOS Applications Development with the SDK 4.0 course.
Students must have some programming experience.
Understanding of object-oriented languages such as C++, Java or C# is a great plus
Mastery of Objective-C is not required and will be taught in depth in the course
Students must have their own iPhone OS-based device (an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is recommended)
Learn the fundamentals of ANSI C programming and the standard C libraries
Get a solid understanding of C functions and data structures
Learn to create and use Objective-C objects and classes
Understand dynamic binding and the Objective-C runtime
Become familiar with the basic concepts of object-oriented programming
Become familiar with Foundation framework classes and APIs
**THIS CLASS ALSO AVAILABLE ON: 8/20/2012 AND 11/5/2012**
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