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Description

In IOS training from Tekslate, you’ll gain knowledge on IOS software and you’ll become an expert in IOS app development by mastering concepts. In this course, you’ll get to learn the basic fundaments of Apple’s iPhone SDK, how to use an iPhone or an iPad, build an IOS app, Mac OS X development tools, and frameworks. Our curriculum is designed by industry experts based on real-time scenarios.

Key Features

  • 30 hours of Instructor Led IOS Development Training
  • Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Practical Approach
  • 24/7 Support
  • Expert & Certified Trainers
  • Real World use cases and Scenarios
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Course Overview

By the end of IOS development training, you will be able to:

  • Understand the entire iPhone Apps Development Cycle from start to end.
  • Basics of IOS architecture and concepts of Objective-C and programming.
  • Creating application layouts and developing complete apps.
  • Store data, use address books.
  • Work on web services and notifications.
  • Upload apps to the Apple App Store.
     
  • There is a huge requirement for IOS developers and thus, there are numerous job opportunities for them around the globe. 
  • Apple is hiring professional iOS developers worldwide.
  • The average salary of IOS developer is around $115000 USD per annum. 
  • Software developers 
  • IT professionals
  • System developers
  • Web developers
  • System design professionals
  • Apple IOS App Enthusiasts
     

Basic knowledge of C++, Java, C#.Net is required to learn IOS development. The following job roles will get benefited by taking up this course:

  • Software developers 
  • IT professionals
  • System developers
  • Web developers
     

The tutor will take care of handling the projects. We will provide two real-time projects with a highly-skilled guide who can assist you throughout the project.
 

Course Curriculum

  • Objective-C and Smalltalk
  • Objective-C, C, C++, and Mac OS X
  • Objective-C and iPhone/iPad/IoS
     

IOSSDK: iPhone, iPod Touch
Xcode
Interface Builder
iPhone Simulator
Debugger
 

  • Xcode IDE
  • Editing
  • Building
  • Running
  • Console
     
  • Programming in Objective-C
  • The Preprocessor
     
  • id
  • null
  • @interface
  • @end
  • @implementation
  • Archiving
  • @property
  • @synthesizee
  • @dynamic
  • Data Types
  • control flow statement
  • More about  Classes
  • More about Variables and Data Types
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism, Dynamic Typing, and Dynamic Binding 
     
  • About Categories
  • @catagory
  • About Protocols
  • @protocol
     
  • Introduction to the Foundation Framework
     
  • NSArray
  • Enumeration
  • NSMutableArray
  • NSDictionary
  • NSMutableDictionary
  • Scalar Data Types
  • NSObject and NSString
  • NSData and NSDate
     
  • NSFileManager
  • NSFileHandle
  • NSUserDefaults
  • NSHomeDirectory(), etc.
  • Resource Files
  • Read/Write Text Files
  • Copying Objects
  • Archiving
     
  • Allocate
  • Release
  • Auto Releasing
  • Reference Counting
  • Static Analyzer
  • Garbage Collection
     
  • What is Cocoa?
  • Cocoa Framework and Cocoa Classes
  • Subclassing
  • Xcode
  • Simulator
  • Interface Builder
  • Nib files
  • File’s Owner
  • Outlet Connections
  • Action Connections
  • Inspector
     
  • Controls
  • Labels
  • IBOutlet
  • Buttons
  • IBAction
  • Event Handling
  • UIEvent
  • Toolbars
  • Toolbar items
  • Status bar
  • Navigation bar and items
     
  • Activity Indicator
  • Network Activity Indicator
  • Page Indicator
  • Progress View
  • Refresh Control
  • Scope Bar
  • Search Bar
  • Segmented Control
  • Slider
  • Stepper
  • Switch
  • Detail Disclosure Button
  • Info Button
     
  • Text Field and Delegate
  • Text View and Delegate
     
  • What is View?
  • UI Views and UI View Controllers
  • UIView Class
  • UIView Subclasses
  • Types of Views
  • UIApplication
     
  • Application
  • Application Delegate
  • View Controller
  • Window & Views
  • Device Info
  • Screen
  • CGRect, CGPoint, CGSize
  • CGRectMake(), CGRectZero
  • Static Device Info
  • Dynamic Device Info
  • Orientation Info
  • The iPhone Accelerometer
  • Detecting shakes
  • Determining orientation
  • Responding to the accelerometer
     
  • Tab Bar Controllers
  • Tab Bars
  • First View Controller
  • Second View Controller
  • Third View Controller
  • Creating New Classes
  • Classes and Interface Builder
     
  • Root View Controller
  • Navigation Controller, Bars, and Items
  • Button Bar Items
  • Push/Pop Views 
     
  • UIPickerView
  • UIPickerViewDelegate
  • UIPickerViewDataSource
  • Date and Time Picker
  • UIDatePicker
  • NSTimer 
     
  • Table View  and Controller
  • Table View Cells
  • Data Source
  • Table View Delegate
     
  • Table View  and Controller
  • Table View Cells
  • Data Source
  • Table View Delegate
     
  • UIImageView
  • UI image
  • animationImages
  • Highlighted Animation Images
  • UITouch
  • UI Gesture Recognizer
  • UIPinchGestureRecognizer
  • Panning
  • Zooming
  • Rotating Image
  • Playing Audio
  • Responding to audio events.
  • Playing audio in the background
  • Recording Audio
  • Playing Video
  • Photo Library
  •  UIImagePickerController
  • Taking Pictures And Movies 
     
  • NSProcessInfo
  • NSThread
  • PerformIng Background
  • GCD (Grand Central Dispatch)
  • Synchronization 
     
  • NSURL
  • NSURLRequest
  • NSURLConnection
  • XMLParser
  • SCNetwork
  • CFHTTP
  • CFFTP
  • CFSocket
  • Web Server 
     
  • What Is SQLite?
  • The SQLite Library
  • Building a Simple Database
  • Designing the Database
  • Creating the Database
  • Populating the Database
  • Creating Records with the INSERT Command 
     
  • Introducing Core Data
  • SQLite and Core Data
  • Modeling Data in Xcode
  • Building a Core Data Application
  • Core Data-Related Cocoa Features
  • Core Data Migration and Performance
  • Application Integration using Web Services 
     
  • About Core Location
  • Handling location updates
  • About Map Kit
  • Map Overlays
  • Adding annotations 
     
  • Flickr integration
  • Twitter integration
  • Facebook integration
  • Youtube integration 
     

FAQ's

We have a strong team of professions who are experts in their fields. Our trainers are highly supportive and render a friendly working environment to the students positively stimulating their growth. 
 

We will share you the missed session from our recordings. We at Tekslate maintains a recorded copy of each live course you undergo.
 

Our Trainers will provide the student with the Server Access ensuring practical real-time experience and training with all the utilities required for the in-depth understanding of the course.
 

We provide all the training sessions LIVE using either GoToMeeting or WebEx, thus promoting one-on-one trainer student Interaction.
 

Live training uncovers distinct benefits as they are mighty to reach your desired audience converting your prospects into customers in less time. Pre-recorded videos offer plenty of advantages for entrepreneurs to educate entertain and inspire your audience as long as you want.
 

You can contact our Tekslate support team, or you can send an email to info@tekslate.com for your queries.
 

Yes. We provide the course materials available after course completion.
 

There exist some discounts for weekend batches and group participants if the joiners are more than 2.
 

If you are enrolled in classes and have paid fees but want to cancel the registration for any reason, we will attain you in 48 hours will be processed within 30 days of prior request.
 

Certifications

Certification is a matter of demonstrating your skills and establishing your credibility. Tekslate will provide you with a course completion certificate after you complete the course. After the course completion, you will be in a position to clear the certification exam with ease. We advise you to take up the following certification exam.

  • Apple Certified iOSTechnician 

Click here to get certified.