Learn Developing Techniques to Create iPhone Application

Mobile application development is described as the procedure through which application software is developed mainly for the low-power handheld devices that include personal digital assistants or mobile phones. For those who are interested in becoming an application developer can come to us, we provide iPhone application development courses that would allow the students to learn about the integrated development environment and create the mobile application.

Course code : iphoneAPP

Course duration : 6 weeks

Course objectives:

The course is projected for those delegates, who want to learn about the iPhone applications and excel in this sphere. Through the entire process, the aspirants would be able to gain insight working knowledge about iPhone through theory and technical lab session. The main objectives of this course include:

  • Explaining the developing techniques to create iPhone based application
  • Describing about the app design and test UIs with interface builder
  • Defining about the combine navigation and tab bar controller
  • Teaching about multifunctional user interface
  • Describing the process to build application with Xcode
  • Teaching project management, editing and debugging services through Xcode IDE
  • Delivering the essential explaining how to build robust mobile application

  • Delegates will learn:

    After the successful completion of the course, the aspirants would be able to:

  • Learn how to create iPhone application and even prepare application artwork
  • Know how to unite Xcode in building phases and debugging
  • Learn about the iPhone application architecture
  • How to incorporate images, animation and autorotation
  • Comprehend the complete process of creating applications for iPhone
  • Easily interacting with the user interface

  • Course Contents

    Relationship with Apple

    iPhone application development means working with Apple. To develop iPhone apps, you need to register with the iPhone Dev Center. To test apps on an iPhone, you need to sign up for the iPhone Developer Program. To post apps on the App Store, you need an iTunes Connect account.

    iPhone Dev Center

  • Sign Up
  • Download iPhone SDKs
  • Find Sample Code and Documentation

  • iPhone Developer Program

  • Sign Up
  • Visit the Program Portal
  • Build Your Team
  • Obtain Signing Certificates
  • Assign Devices (iPhone or iPod Touch)
  • Generate App IDs
  • Create Development Provisioning Profiles
  • Test on Device

  • iTunes Connect

  • Sign Up
  • Sign Paid Applications Contract
  • Gather Application Metadata
  • Prepare Application Artwork
  • Create Distribution Provisioning Profiles
  • Make a Distribution Build
  • Upload Your Application
  • Update Your Application
  • Distribute Your Application with Ad Hoc Distribution
  • View Sales/Trends Reports
  • View Financial Reports

  • iPhone Development Tools

    Apple provides a full range of developer tools for iPhone development. The Xcode IDE provides project management, editing, building, and debugging services. The iPhone Simulator helps you test apps on your Mac. Interface Builder enables drag-and-drop GUI design. Instruments provides profiling including hotspot and memory leak detection.


  • Project Management
  • Files
  • Groups
  • Smart Groups
  • Frameworks
  • Snapshots
  • Subversion Source Control
  • Editing
  • Navigation
  • Code Completion
  • Refactoring Transformations
  • Research Assistant
  • Building
  • Warnings and Error Messages
  • Build Results
  • Configurations
  • Targets
  • Build Phases
  • Debugging
  • Breakpoints
  • Watchpoints
  • Symbolic Breakpoints
  • Monitoring Expressions
  • Debugger Strip
  • Datatips
  • Data Formatters
  • Mini Debugger
  • Debugger Window
  • Console Window
  • Load Symbols Lazily Option

    iPhone Simulator

  • Multi-touch
  • Rotation
  • Simulate Low Memory Warning
  • Set Hardware Version

  • Interface Builder

    Nib Files
  • Nib Objects
  • iPhone Interface Objects
  • Library
  • Layout
  • Inspector
  • Attributes
  • Connections
  • Refactoring
  • Localization
  • Nib Bugs
  • How to Live without Nib.

  • Instruments

  • Trace Documents
  • Trace Pane
  • Trace Details
  • ObjectAlloc
  • Leaks
  • Sampler
  • Shark

  • The iPhone Platform

    iPhone applications fill the whole screen of the iPhone. When you touch the screen, apps receive multi-touch events. They can store data locally and access the web. Apps can play sounds and video, show system specific interface and 3D games. Monitor acceleration, location, take photos, record audio, and probably more.

    Application Architecture

  • Life Cycle
  • Event Loop
  • Bundles
  • System Events
  • Internationalization

  • Windows and Views

  • Hierarchy
  • Geometry

  • Controllers

  • View Controllers
  • Table View Controllers
  • Table View Cells
  • Navigation Controllers
  • Tab Bar Controllers

  • Touch Events


  • Quartz
  • OpenGL ES
  • Core Animation

  • Files

  • Property Lists
  • User Defaults
  • SQLite
  • NSData, NSFileHandle, NSFileManager

  • Networking

  • Web Views
  • NSStream
  • CFNetwork
  • Preferences

  • Multimedia

  • Sound: Play, Record, Stream, Vibrate
  • Video
  • Photos: Take Them or Pick from iPhoto
  • Accelerometer Events
  • Location

  • As, iPhone application developers are in demand now-a-days, you can also enhance your expertise in this subject by attend the course that is offered by us.

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