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Mobile Applications iOS Development

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Mobile Applications iOS Development

24 Contact Hours – Online – Self Paced

Course Description:

The Mobile Applications: iOS6 course provides an introduction to iOS6 technology. You will learn how to design and build dynamic, commercial-grade mobile applications for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.  The course will provide a comprehensive understanding of the iOS6 mobile user interface and the experience and maintenance of applications. You will also learn how to create successful user interfaces for iOS6 applications. The course can be completed online.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the process and necessary tools involved in becoming an iOS6 developer
  • Identify the elements of Xcode’s Interface Builder framework used to create a user interface
  • Explain common features and tasks associated with advanced iOS6 application development

Who should take this course:

This 24 contact-hour non-credit course is appropriate whether you are a student or an IT professional and would like to build commercial-grade applications for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

Flexibility

Fully online course, fit in class times around your schedule. Lesson assessments to gauge comprehension and retention

Quality

Award-winning instructional design Intuitive, understandable material

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Mobile Applications iOS Development

24 Contact Hours – Online – Self Paced

Tuition: $299.00 

 

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About IOS 6:

iOS 6 was previewed on June 11, 2012 during Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012, with release announced for Fall  2012. Following the pattern of previous iOS releases, older devices are no longer supported, specifically the third-generation iPod Touch and the first-generation iPad. Supported devices on this release include the iPhone 3GS or later, the fourth-generation iPod Touch and later, the iPad 2 or later, and iPad Mini.

iOS 6 brings the retrieval of documents such as boarding passes, admission ticketscoupons and loyalty cards through its new Passbook app. An iOS device with Passbook can be scanned under a reader to process a mobile payment at participating locations. The app has context-aware features such as notifications for relevant coupons when in the immediate vicinity of a given store.[3][5]

Apple’s Siri intelligent personal assistant was improved to include the ability to make restaurant reservations, launch apps, dictate Facebook or Twitter updates, retrieve movie reviews and detailed sports statistics.[3] Siri, which previously was only supported on iPhone 4S, is also now supported on iPhone 5, fifth-generation iPod Touch, third– through fourth-generation iPad and iPad Mini.[4]

Facebook comes integrated through Apple’s native apps with iOS 6. Facebook features can be directly accessed from within native apps such as Calendar which can sync Facebook events, or use Facebook’s like button from within the Apple App Store and Game Center.[3]

New privacy settings are available to the user. In addition to location services, the following have been added in iOS 6: photos (already partially restricted in iOS 5), contacts (address book), calendars, reminders, Bluetooth sharing, TwitterFacebook, and Sina Weibo. iOS 6 also comes with a “Limit ad tracking” user control in the general settings menu to allow users the option to prevent targeted advertising. Apple’s Advertising Identifier replaces the company’s existing UDID standard. Advertising networks not yet using Apple’s Advertising Identifier device identifier standard would not be affected although Apple will require the standard in the future.[6]

(Wikipedia – iOS 6 Page)