September 1, 2008 in iOS Development (E)
[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.
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.