February 19, 2017

iOS

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Introduction to iOS ?

In the term iOS, the "i" stands for iPhone and the "OS" stand for Operating System.
Are you curious about iPhone? Do you really want to know what makes iPhone apps so amazing?, then Objective - c is the answer.
Objective-C is is the main programming language used by Apple for developing applications for OS X and iOS operating systems. All the amazing apps and apple’s APIs, Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks are build by using Objective - C.
Objective-C is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language that adds Smalltalk-style messaging to the C programming language.
Initially, Objective-C was developed by NeXT for its NeXTSTEP OS. Later it was taken over by Apple for its iOS and Mac OS X development. Objective-C, as mentioned earlier, is used in iOS and Mac OS X. It has large number of iOS and Mac OS X users. Though Apple has introduced their new language called Swift, Objective - c is still the important and unavoidable language that you will need to learn if you want to become an iOS developer. This is because many frameworks and libraries are build on top of objective-c.

Reasons to Learn iOS (with Objective-C and Swift):

  • If you’ve thought about learning iOS and Objective-C, have you thought about why you want to learn? What do you want to do with that knowledge? Are you hoping to stay relevant? Put an app on the App Store? Show your friends what you can do? If you’re not sure, here are five great reasons to learn iOS and Objective-C.
  •  You want to invest regularly in your knowledge portfolio. You know that in order to be a great developer, you need to be learning all the time. And you understand that learning a new language helps you to see the world differently and makes you a better developer – even if you continue using the same language in your everyday work
  •  You want to stay relevant. Maybe you currently write code in a language that’s on the decline, and you want to make sure you have the skills you need in order to continue to be indispensable to your employer. You know that Objective-C is on the rise, and learning Objective-C would ensure that you still have the skills employers are looking for.
  •  You want to build an app & sell it on the App Store. Maybe you have a great idea that you just can’t wait to build, and you want to sell it on the App Store and start making some money on it. You know that using PhoneGap will result in an app that’s sluggish and doesn’t have the feel of a native app – so you want to build a native app with Objective-C and iOS.
  •  You want to be able to show off your work. You want to work on apps that you can showyour friends and family by pulling your phone out of your pocket and saying “I made this.” You’d like to build something they can see in the App Store and install on their phone.So are you ready to learn iOS and Objective-C? 
  •  A recent article in InformationWeek projected salary increases of nearly 9% for Mobile App Developers! And, Business Insider included the position in its 19 hottest jobs list, and a recent article in Inc. noted a rather astonishing 83,649 more App Developer jobs posted than people hired, thus qualifying App Developer as #2 on their “10 Hottest Jobs ” list. And finally, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics continues to project incredible growth for the App Developer job market, with estimates running above 20% over the next five years. Estimates vary, but it’s a virtual certainty that somewhere between 80 and 90% of the world’s adult population will own an activated smartphone by the year 2020. Given that every one of those phones will be loaded up with apps, it’s safe to say that App Developer is a career with a great deal of long-term potential. There is truly no time like the present to start mastering the skills that will secure you a dream job. So if you’re an aspiring App Developer, this is your year! And if you’re NOT an aspiring App Developer? Maybe it’s time to become one!

What is iOS?

Apple's mobile operating system for its iPhone, iPad, iPod touch,Apple TV and similar devices. Apple iOS was originally called the iPhone OS but was renamed in 2010 to reflect the operating system’s evolving support for additional Apple devices.

Who can learn iOS?

The candidates who have done graduation in BE/B.Tech, ME/M.Tech in Computer Science, or IT, M.C.A/M.Sc. But yes No one can stop you form learning if you have the dedication towards that thing.

Prerequisite:

Should be familiar with C and C++.
Basic OOP's concepts.

SYLLABUS

DURATION : 60 Days

OOPS concepts

  • Inheritance
  • Data Encapsulation
  • Abstraction
  • Polymorphism

Swift 3.0

  • Declaring Constants and Variables
  • Swift control statements, loops, and enumerators
  • String manipulation
  • Working with Arrays and Dictionaries
  • Optionals, Optional Binding, and Optional Chaining
  • Value ranges
  • Function Declarations
  • Utilizing Tuples
  • Closures and Trailing Closures
  • Class definitions
  • Computed Properties and Property Observers
  • Structures
  • Enumerations
  • Extensions
  • Generics
  • Memory Management
  • Debugging

Objective C

  • Introduction to objective – c
  • Objective – c program structure
  • Variables, constants, methods    (class methods, instance methods )
  • Loops and control structure
  • NSArray, NSDictionary, NSString
  • Classes and objects
  • Category,Protocol,Extension

iOS ( iPHONE OPERATING SYSTEM )

  • Introduction to iOS
  • Introduction to Xcode, Simulator
  • Introduction to Cocoa and Cocoa touch framework

 

Basic UI Components

  • View
  • View controller
  • TextField, Labels, Slider, Switch    etc.

Complex UI Components

  • Picker view, Date picker
  • UITableView, UITableViewController,UICollectionView
  • UINavigationController,UITabBarController
  • UIScrollView, UIWebView

Storyboard

XML And JSON Parsing

Storage

  • SQLite
  • Core Data
  • PList (Property List)
  • User Defaults

Some Industry Level Topics

  • Cocoa pods - What is it and how to use ?
  • How to use Third party libraries and SDK
  • How to create project structure
  • Design Patterns (MVC,MVP,MVVP,VIPER) 
  • How to create application build?
  • What is test flight?
  • How to upload app on test flight?
  • How to upload build on AppStore?