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IOS9 Programming

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iOS (formerly iPhone OS) is a mobile operating system created and developed by Apple Inc. exclusively for its hardware. It is the operating system that presently powers many of the company’s mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It is the second most popular mobile operating system globally after Android.

Course summary

  • 1 – Introduction and Setup

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Joining the Apple iOS Developer Program

Installing Xcode and the iOS SDK

A Guided Tour of Xcode

An Introduction to Xcode Playgrounds

  • 2 – Swift Programming Language

Swift Data Types, Constants, and Variables

Swift Operators and Expressions

Swift Flow Control

The Swift Switch Statement

An Overview of Swift Functions

The Basics of Object Oriented Programming in Swift

An Introduction to Swift Subclassing and Extensions

Working with Array and Dictionary Collections in Swift

Understanding Error Handling in Swift

  • 3 – Views, Layouts, and Storyboards

Creating an Interactive iOS App

An Introduction to Auto Layout in iOS

Working with iOS Auto Layout Constraints in Interface Builder

An iOS Auto Layout Example

Implementing iOS Auto Layout Constraints in Code

Implementing Cross-Hierarchy Auto Layout Constraints in iOS

Understanding the iOS Auto Layout Visual Format Language

Using Size Classes to Design Adaptable Universal iOS User Interfaces

Using Storyboards in Xcode

Organizing Scenes over Multiple Xcode Storyboard Files

Using Xcode Storyboards to Create an iOS Tab Bar Application

Working with the iOS Stack View Class

An iOS Stack View Tutorial

An iOS Split View Master-Detail Example

A Guide to Multitasking in iOS

An iOS 9 Multitasking Example

Implementing a Page based iOS Application using UIPageViewController

An Example iOS UIPageViewController Application

  • 4 – Data Storage with Files, iCloud, and Databases

Working with Directories in Swift on iOS

Working with Files in Swift on iOS

iOS Directory Handling and File I/O in Swift – A Worked Example

Preparing an iOS App to use iCloud Storage

Managing Files using the iOS UIDocument Class

Using iCloud Storage in an iOS Application

Synchronizing iOS Key-Value Data using iCloud

iOS Database Implementation using SQLite

An Example SQLite based iOS Application using Swift and FMDB

Working with iOS Databases using Core Data

An iOS Core Data Tutorial

An Introduction to CloudKit Data Storage on iOS

An iOS CloudKit Example

An iOS CloudKit Subscription Example

  • 5 – Touch, Taps, and Gestures

An Overview of iOS Multitouch, Taps and Gestures

An Example iOS Touch, Multitouch and Tap Application

Detecting iOS Touch Screen Gesture Motions

Identifying Gestures using iOS Gesture Recognizers

An iOS Gesture Recognition Tutorial

An iOS 3D Touch Force Handling Tutorial

An iOS 3D Touch Quick Actions Tutorial

An iOS 3D Touch Peek and Pop Tutorial

  • 6 – Advanced View Options

Basic iOS Animation using Core Animation

iOSUIKit Dynamics – An Overview

An iOS UIKit Dynamics Tutorial

An Introduction to iOS Sprite Kit Programming

An iOS Sprite Kit Level Editor Game Tutorial

An iOS Sprite Kit Collision Handling Tutorial

An iOS Sprite Kit Particle Emitter Tutorial

An iOS 9 MapKit Flyover Tutorial

  • 7 – Extensions

An Introduction to Extensions in iOS

An iOS Today Extension Widget Tutorial

Creating an iOS Photo Editing Extension

Creating an iOS Action Extension

Receiving Data from an iOS Action Extension

 

  • 8 – Multimedia, Facebook, and Twitter

Accessing the iOS Camera and Photo Library

An Example iOS Camera Application

iOS Video Playback using AVPlayer and AVPlayerViewController

An iOS Multitasking Picture in Picture Tutorial

Playing Audio on iOS using AVAudioPlayer

Recording Audio on iOS with AVAudioRecorder

  • 9 – The App Store

Preparing and Submitting an iOS Application to the App Store

CURRICULUM

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