iOS Dev Training Half-Day Workshop
Designed for experienced developers interested in making the leap to iOS, this class covers the essential aspects of Objective-C and iOS app development. It's everything you need to get started with iOS development.
After the workshop, you'll be able to:
Create a new project in Xcode
Build a view that displays a list of items
Write networking code to pull data from a server
Parse JSON in Objective-C
Handle user interaction
Transition between views
After the workshop, you'll have:
Everything you need to start building your own app
Access to the source code for our sample app
Access to resources you can use to continue learning iOS
What our students have to say...
"This course saved a lot of time and frustration trying to learn the SDK. We were able to get something up-and-running very quickly." - Jeff Oresik
"This workshop provided a great opportunity to get some hands-on experience. I have invested in online learning programs, but it was helpful to have live teachers to ask questions." - Kristen
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this class for me?
If you're an experienced developer and you're new to Objective-C or iOS and want to make the leap, this class is perfect for you. You should already know basic programming concepts like loops and conditionals and how to implement them in your favorite language.
Who's teaching the class?
Josh Brown is the Founder and CEO of Roadfire Software, a consultancy that builds iOS apps for businesses. He recently co-authored Developing an iOS 7 Edge, a book for developers about what's new in iOS 7. He speaks at iOS user groups and writes about iOS development on his company's blog. He's taught iOS development classes and mentored developers one-on-one. He's been doing iOS development for four years and has had the privilege of working on apps for companies of various sizes, from the Fortune 500 to small startups.
Randy Edmonds is the Founder of AppHands, where he develops iOS apps for clients. He's a regular speaker at the local Indy CocoaHeads group, and has talked about various topics from the app submission process to face detection to QR codes to particle emitters and more. He's built iOS apps for local companies like ChaCha and ExactTarget in his five years of iOS development experience.
What should I bring?
A MacBook with OS X 10.8 or higher with Xcode installed.
Not ready to take the class yet?
No problem - we understand that it might not be for you, or that you just might not be ready yet. If you can't make it to this one, we'd encourage you to join the mailing list where you'll get freebies, special pricing, and updates about future workshops.
For more information, see iOSDevTraining.com.