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iOS Application Design and Development for Non-Developers - Course - Part-time

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  • Course description
    Want to learn how to create iPhone and iPad applications but don’t have any programming experience?

    This 10-week course we will teach you all the coding skills required to start developing your own iOS applications from scratch and upload them to the App Store. The iOS Apps for Non-Developers course will take you from the integral basics of programming including Objective-C and Xcode, all the way through to recent advances, which have intended to simplify the development process, like Storyboards.

    During the course your tutor Phillip Heywood, will provide you with a sound knowledge of programming models and software design and you will gain an understanding of Objective-C, Object Orientated Programming and MVC and its uses; essential in the design and development of iOS applications.

    You will learn of how to code, test and build your apps with Xcode, build an awareness and understanding of the uses of Storyboards and Interface Builder and gain the ability to design and create simple apps using basic iOS user interfaces.

    Entry Requirements

    You will need to be fully conversant with Apple Macintosh products, and have access to a Mac computer between classes to practice and develop your knowledge.

    What you need to bring

    Notepad and pen, iPad if preferred


    Autumn Term

    • Wednesday 7th Oct – 9th Dec 2015

    Spring Term

    • Wednesday 13th Jan – 16th March 2016
    Class size

    Maximum 12 students

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