Tutorial for Xcode
Tutorial for Xcode
Tutorial for Xcode free download for Mac

Tutorial for Xcode for Mac3.0

08 February 2013

Learn basic programming for iPhone and iPad.

What is Tutorial for Xcode for Mac

Tutorial for Xcode lets you learn basic iPhone/iPad programming with Xcode 4 with video tutorials plus source code!


Xcode 4 is the best way to develop native iPhone/iPad apps. Learn the basic steps to perform basic tasks like displaying and saving images, transitioning between screens, and playing sounds, videos and mp3 files. Note that this app is designed for XCode beginners. If you are an expert this app is not for you, but if you are a beginner with Xcode then this app will help you make iPhone and iPad apps. Videos cover developing code in simple, step-by-step fashion. Source code examples are simple so easier to understand. Each example covers a single task and these solutions can be put together to build your own fully functional apps you could submit to the app store.

This app is suitable for developers who have programming backgrounds but have never used Xcode, or for very beginners or anyone who wants to make an iPhone/iPad app.



Video topics Included:
  • Hello world, connecting to GUI objects
  • Displaying messages to the user
  • Working with Action Sheets
  • Date Picker Control
  • Playing Sounds
  • Changing Colors
  • Working with Segmented Controls
  • Building a Web browser inside your app
  • Sending email from inside your app
  • Using the Map View control
  • Reading and displaying Text Files
  • Scroll View Control
  • Working with Images
  • Saving Images for Wallpaper
  • Handling View Transitions
  • Page Curl Effect
  • Slider View
  • Creating an Alarm Clock
  • Displaying HTML files
  • Table views and Navigation Controllers
  • iPad Split View Controllers
  • Simple animations
  • Detecting and responding to user touches
  • Picker Views
  • Playing MP3 Radio Streams
  • Tab Bar Applications
  • Saving a screenshot
Source Code Projects:
App includes 23 source code files you can download to your computer. These are simple yet useful code snippets that you can put together to complete tasks in your own apps. You have the right to use the code in your own apps you submit to the app store.
  • Hello world project
  • Displaying and responding to action sheets
  • iPad split-view app
  • Table view app with navigation controller
  • Functioning alarm clock app with date picker
  • Image saving app
  • Displaying images in scroll view for swiping
  • Map view app with map, satellite, hybrid views, plus location
  • Picker view app
  • Radio streamer
  • Image animation/slide shows
  • Tab bar app
  • Scroll View app
  • Video Player app
  • Email Sending app
  • Segmented control app
  • Text file reader and display
  • View Transition app
  • Simple video player interface
  • View in app window or full screen mode
  • Export source code to your own computer

What's new in Tutorial for Xcode

Version 3.0:
  • Includes 20 new videos for latest version of Xcode and iOS 6 plus new sample projects
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Jan 7 2012
Jan 7 2012
Version: 2.1
Crap !!! These APP was on App Store with a other Name:"Appschool" Now the Appschool APP is taken off and reborn with same content and lot of errors in the Project's under a other Name. Just to make double Money !!! So don't waste your time and Money with this APP. Lot's of Projects are unusable because there are error in the example Code ... still... duhhh.... SO BE WARNED ! THIS IS CRAP... Don't BUY !!!
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

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