This is a comprehensive course on how to develop applications for Apple's iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Students will learn how to utilize the iPhone SDK, Objective-C programming language, and the standard Apple development tools Xcode, Interface Builder, and Instruments to build applications for distribution via the iTunes App Store. Although students may use the College's Macintosh labs to complete their course work, it is highly recommended that students have access to an Intel-based Macintosh to complete work outside of class. An iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad is not required for the course but is also recommended.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|CIS 111B - Computer Science II: Object-Oriented Programming with a minimum grade of C, or prior object-oriented programming experience and permission of the instructor|
|Experience with C or C++ programming (Recommended)|
|No Sections Available|