January 16, 2009 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] Fleet, UK - E-String Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of iPhone Developer Training Courses in the USA. The course offers developers endless opportunities in this exciting, dynamic market. The course was launched in the United Kingdom in December and was very successfully received.
One of the UK delegates said: "I attended the iPhone SDK course held in Basingstoke, UK, in December 2008. I found the course informative, stimulating and most enjoyable. I now have the technical skills to improve my iPhone application - Pocket Phonics. Thanks to Chris Walters and Julio Barros, 2009 is off to a very positive start for my business." John Friend, appsinmypocket, London. Makers of Pocket Phonics - the leading education application for children aged 3 to 7.
Manhattan, New York - February 17th - 19th
Austin, Texas - March 9th - 11th
The course focuses on providing delegates with advanced and essential information needed to start programming for the iPhone, in an intense three day course. The course objective is to enable delegates to become proficient users of the iPhone Software Development Kit.
Basic course content:
* Introduction to Objective C language
* Introduction to iPhone tools - XCode IDE (integrated development environ-ment) and Interface Builder
* Planning and organization skills - Architecture, hierarchies, model classes, views and controlling classes
* Introduction to Cocoa Touch and other relevant frameworks
* Introduction to iPhone unique features and integration with other applications - location services, animation, 3-d graphics, the accelerometer
* Application restrictions - such as platform stability and security
The course has been developed by About Objects Inc., a premier IT training and consultancy company headquartered in Reston, VA.
E-String Technologies is an enterprise and mobile application consulting, development and training firm. Founded in 1999, E-String Technologies focuses on iPhone, Java, mobile and web technologies. Copyright 1999-2009 E-String Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are regis-tered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.