Tutorial for Xcode

Tutorial for Xcode 2.0

Xcode is the best way to develop native iPhone/iPad apps and this set of videos
2.0 (See all)

Xcode is the best way to develop native iPhone/iPad apps and this set of videos and tutorials will teach you how to get started. Learn step by step how to perform basic tasks like creating story board apps, displaying and saving images, transitioning between screens, intro to in-app purchase, and playing sounds, videos and mp3 files. Note that this app is designed for XCode beginners. If you are an expert this app is not for you, but if you are a beginner with Xcode then this app will help you make iPhone and iPad apps. Videos cover developing code in simple, step-by-step fashion. Source code examples are simple so easier to understand. Each example covers a single task and these solutions can be put together to build your own fully functional apps you could submit to the app store.
This app is suitable for developers who have programming backgrounds but have never used Xcode, or for beginners or anyone who wants to make an iPhone/iPad app.
This app has 49 Video tutorials including:
* Using Storyboards
* In-App Purchases
* How to play video and audio in app
* How to share images, send email
* Posting to Twitter
* Core Motion Framework
* Using Mapkit
* Collection View
* Radio streaming
* Using Core Image
* Creating your first Hello World App
* Includes 20 basic Objective-C tutorials for beginners
* Using Picker Views, Image Views, Date Picker
* Using Table Views
And more! Plus 26 PDF book tutorials to read:
* UIAlertView and Action Sheets
* Submitting an app to the store
* Tab bar apps
* Playing sounds
* Displaying PDFs in your apps
* Handling numeric input
And many more. App also includes several sample projects you can export:
* Basic apps corresponding to some of the tutorials (18 in all)
* Sample games
* Image processing/Camera apps
* Alarm Clock
* 27 Xcode projects in all
* Watch Video Tutorials on Objective-C, Xcode, and creating iOS 6 apps
* Includes book PDFs to read more tutorials
* Keep your own notes
* Export Sample Projects

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