After months of production and over a year of anticipation, it’s the first PeepCode Screencast on native iPhone application development!
The iPhone is possibly the most revolutionary computer device of the last few years. The good news is you can learn to write native applications for it! Learn the ins and outs with our iPhone development tutorial.
Programming applications for the iPhone is radically different from writing web applications, but we’ll take you through both the high-level concepts and the line-by-line code to understand it. While many tutorials show only fragmentary examples or trivial applications, we’ll walk through a visual news application that fetches data from a web service and displays it with both custom and stock views.
The 78 minute iPhone View Controllers tutorial covers:
See the graphic below for a full list of chapters and sub-sections.
You’ll do best if you’ve watched our Objective-C toturial screencast first.
Part II of the iPhone View Controllers tutorial series is now available!
Assumes basic knowledge of the Objective-C programming language.
Revision 2 (Notes) · Updated: Jul 07, 2010 · Length: 78 min · 100 MB