Apple iOS Applications Development - Hands-on Labs with Johnny BusbyHUNTSVILLE, Ala. (May 15, 2013)Discover the basics of iOS application development and create your own application through in-depth exercises utilizing the provided Mac laboratory. Apple iOS programming allows developers to develop rich touch-based applications for Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad). Explore simple GUI applications; understand widgets and components and how to work with the database to store data locally in our hands-on labs.

Session: C2113117 | July 9-25, T&Th, 5:30 - 9pm


Apple iOS Application Development

Topics Include:

  • Development environment and tools
  • The Apple iOS Software Development Kit (SDK)
  • Primer in Objective C
  • Layouts and views
  • Buttons and Control
  • Dynamic user interface design

PrerequisitesNo programming experience required. Familiarity with C++, Java or other OOP language is a plus.

InstructorJohnny Busby.

Johnny E. Busby II is a Project Manager for SAIC with 20 years of experience in implementing and modernizing highly complex information technology systems. Johnny spends much of his time breathing, eating, and sleeping Information Technology - especially web and mobile programming. He is NCC, SCSA, SCNA, and PMP certified.
 


Join Johnny Busby for this exciting new course and develop your ability to produce quality applications for the Apple iOS platform.  
REGISTER TODAY to reserve your seat in the upcoming Session.  Full Course details and registration available at www.PCS.uah.edu/iOSAppDev



For more information
Christina Holmes
Associate Director
Professional Development
The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Division of Professional and Continuing Studies
(256) 824-6015
christina.holmes@uah.edu