If you’re looking to create some smashing iOS apps and want to get all the goods delivered to you in one comprehensive course, we’ve got a Cult of Mac Deals offer that more than fits the bill!
Containing over 66 lectures and 11 hours of content, this iOS app development course we’re offering will teach you the fundamentals of Objective-C and a ton of the advanced strategies used by the pros. To get this kind of training in a live setting would run you in the neighbourhood of $3000 – but at Cult of Mac Deals we’re bringing it to you in an on-demand capacity for only $89!
The man behind this comprehensive course is Sean Arney, who has 5 years professional and commercial ‘enterprise’ software development experience, taught iPhone Development to professional software developers, and is currently teaching live classes to businesses who need to train their programmers on the new iPhone tools and SDK.
Here’s the course outline:
- Pre-Class (before class)
- Xcode: Editor tools and tips
- Introduction to Objective-C: Selectors and Memory
- Introduction to Objective C: Classes
- Introduction to Objective C: Foundation
- Memory Management
- Application and View Life Cycle
- Core Data
- Human Interface Guidelines and Device Setup
- Registering as an Apple Developer
- Run App on Device
- Individual App Project: Start to Finish
- Submitting App to Apple
The only thing you’ll need to grab beyond what’s included in this course is an Apple Macintosh computer with OSX Lion installed and you’ll also have to install the Xcode software – the course provides a free tutorial on how to do this.
And if you’re not completely satisfied with this course, you have 30 days from your purchase date to figure that out. If this course isn’t the right fit for you, we’ll refund your every penny.
So if you want to fill your head with the ultimate in iOS app development knowledge, pick up this incredible Cult of Mac Deals offer while it lasts. The savings are excellent, and what you’ll get by (and be able to make from) taking this course is an amazing value.