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iOS Development

Business English for IT - iOS presentation
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iOS Development Why would you want to do that? What is iOS? Where do you start? Integrated Development
Environment (IDE): Language:
Objective-C Mobile Operating System Released in 2007 Exclusively for Apple Hardware Why would you want
to be a Mobile Developer? Device Related Objective-C is a general-purpose, high-level, object-oriented programming language that adds Smalltalk-style messaging to the C programming language. // *.m file

[[myButton cell] setBackgroundColor:[NSColor redColor]]; Hello iPhone! =) Design software Adobe Fireworks CS6 Why be an iOS Developer? Money Fragmentation Frustration The iPhone 3GS - dates to June 2009, before Android 2.2, it can run the latest version of iOS Tools mobile application development App Related Ivan Belcic - iOS: only few screen sizes unless you are also developing for iPad. It will take few min to open the iphone simulator and your project. Your application will look like below image Step 13 Now open AppDelegate.m file and mention the homescreen to be the start point of the application as shown below Step 11 Now under objects panel on left side, right click on the button as shown below Step 9 The memory allocated by the button has to be released manually as shown below Open homescreen.m file and synthesize your button field at top and add a alert box in the button click function as shown below Now your homescreen.h file will look like this Now open homescreen.h file and create a UIButtonField with its onclick function programmatically with the below mentioned code. You have to select Objective-C class and Click next Step 5   Your project will be created as shown below. Step 4   Enter project name and set device family as iPhone. Step 3   Select an empty application Step 2   Now click the “Click Me !” button. Step 14 Your AppDelegate.m file will look like below image. Now it’s done. Click on the run icon on the top left corner as shown in below image. Step 12 So design part is over. Now your application is ready.
But, the problem is this is an empty application. Application don’t know where to start. So we need to redirect the application to the home screen. Open Appdelegate.h file and declare UINavigationController as shown below Select the function. This process will link the function to the button click event. Step 10 Now double click on the button and enter text as “Click Me !”.  Step 8 Now it’s time for design part. Open the homescreen.xib file and drag a button in the right side object window and drop it in the view controller. Step 7 Home screen has been successfully created and it will look like below image. Step 6   Open XCode and click create new project Step 1  Adobe Photoshop CS6 The syntax allows pseudo-naming of arguments: Questions? No? Thank you! :) May 2013 Now click the “Click Me !” button. Step 14 Your AppDelegate.m file will look like below image. Now it’s done. Click on the run icon on the top left corner as shown in below image. Step 12 So design part is over. Now your application is ready.
But, the problem is this is an empty application. Application don’t know where to start. So we need to redirect the application to the home screen. Open Appdelegate.h file and declare UINavigationController as shown below Select the function. This process will link the function to the button click event. Step 10 Now double click on the button and enter text as “Click Me !”.  Step 8 Now it’s time for design part. Open the homescreen.xib file and drag a button in the right side object window and drop it in the view controller. Step 7 Home screen has been successfully created and it will look like below image. Step 6   Open XCode and click create new project Step 1  Adobe Photoshop CS6 www.ibuildapp.com The syntax allows pseudo-naming of arguments: Questions? No? Thank you! :) Xcode Statistics show that 90 percent of applications were designed in one of these softwares. - Android: so many specific resolutions.
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