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Lecture notes for Friday January 14

January 14, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

We will continue the thorough Objective-C and Cocoa introductions today. Also, in our first lab room session, we will cover the basics of using the Mac, up to the point of running Xcode.

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Prepare for today’s class

Show up on time. Be alert and mentally agile. Be prepared to learn.

If you wish, you can look at some of the introductory readings in the DPS913 Virtual Textbook.

And, you can go through the digital content linked below.

Continue to use the handouts from the previous class.

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Coming up in DPS913 / APD601

Tue Jan 18 – user interface elements, views and view controllers, iOS app structure, memory management

Fri Jan 21 – lecture topics continued from the previous class

Tue Jan 25 – data persistence introduction; Lab 1 is due at the beginning of class

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Topic coverage in today’s lecture

Leave your computers TURNED OFF during the first half (or so) of our time together.

We need to get through the introductions to Objective-C and Cocoa without distractions.

Here are the posts we will (continue to) work through today:

Objective-C introduction for Seneca SCS students

Cocoa introduction for Seneca SCS students

Development toolset introduction for Seneca SCS students

Introductory guidelines for writing your own classes

How to use Apple developer documentation

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