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The Mac Developer Network releases "Developing Frameworks" video course

Tetbury,  GB   Sep 01, 2008 in iOS Development

 

The Mac Developer Network has added to its video training series for Mac developers by adding a new training course called "Developing and Using Frameworks". The 26 minute video tutorial walks developers through the process of creating reusable framework projects in Xcode and demonstrates everything they need to know to use them either directly in their projects or as shared frameworks.

 

[prMac.com] Tetbury, United Kingdom - The Mac Developer Network (MDN) has added to its video training series for Mac developers by adding a new course called "Developing and Using Frameworks".

The video tutorial walks developers through the process of creating reusable framework projects in Xcode and covers:

* What problems are frameworks looking to solve?
* The advantages of using Frameworks.
* Using a framework in your application.
* Framework Versioning.
* Handling the Fragile Base Class Problem.

When you purchase the course you get a 26 Minute HD (1280 x 720) video tutorial. The video is formatted as a DRM free .mp4 file (68MB). You also receive the course formatted at 480x272 for use on your iPhone or iPod Touch (31MB). A sample project is also included demonstrating the techniques shown in the video

The video training course costs just $9.99 USD for non members and $4.99 for MDN Members. Membership of The Mac Developer Network is currently available at the introductory cost of just $25. Membership has many benefits for Mac developers including a 50% discount on all MDN video training.

 

Mac Developer Network
Developing and Using Frameworks
MDN Membership Details

 

Based in Tetbury, United Kingdom, The Mac Developer Network (MDN) was founded in 2007 by Steve Scott (Scotty) to provide high quality podcasts , screencasts and video training to the Mac developer community.

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Steve Scott (Scotty)
Owner
+44 (0)7739 909047
United Kingdom

 

Tags: Tutorial | Video | Course | Frameworks | Xcode