iOS 8 - Complete Practical Training by eduCBA - Online Course

by Jagranjosh

iOS 8 - Complete Practical Training by eduCBA - Online Course

Section 1: Accessory and Objects 1 Accessory Methods Part 1 2 Accessory Methods Part 2 3 Objects Part 1 4 Objects Part 2   Section 2: Data Types Primitives 5 Data Types Primitives Part 1 6 Data T...View more

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  • Category: Web & Mobile Development
  • Product Type: Online Course
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Section 1: Accessory and Objects

1 Accessory Methods Part 1

2 Accessory Methods Part 2

3 Objects Part 1

4 Objects Part 2

 

Section 2: Data Types Primitives

5 Data Types Primitives Part 1

6 Data Types Primitives Part 2

7 Data Types Primitives Example

 

Section 3: Objective Types id, NS String

8 Objective Types id, NSString Part 1

9 Objective Types id, NSString Part 2

10 Objective Types id, NSString Part 3

11 NS String Advanced Part 1

12 NS String Advanced Part 2

13 NS Mutable String

14 NS Number

15 NS Array Part 1

16 NS Array Part 2

17 NS Array Part 3

18 NS Dictionary Part 1

19 NS Dictionary Part 2

20 Self keyword Part 1

21 Self keyword Part 2

 

Section 4: Inheritance

22 Inheritance Part 1

23 Inheritance Part 2

24 Inheritance Part 3

 

Section 5: If, Switch Statements, Operators and Loops

25 IF statement Part 1

26 IF statement Part 2

27 Switch statement Part 1

28 Switch statement Part 2

29 Conditional Operator

30 For Loop

31 While Loop

32 Break and Continue Statement Part 1

33 Break and Continue Statement Part 2

 

Section 6: Understanding UI and MVC Pattern

34 Introduction to Understanding UI and MVC Pattern Part 1

35 Introduction to Understanding UI and MVC Pattern Part 2

36 Understanding Story Boards

37 Adding IBOutlets

38 IB Outlets and IB Actions

39 Delegation Pattern

40 MVC Pattern

41 MVC Demo Part 1

42 MVC Demo Part 2

43 MVC Demo Part 3

44 MVC Demo Part 4

45 Understanding UI and MVC Pattern Conclusion

 

Section 7: Extensions and Protocols

46 Categories Part 1

47 Categories Part 2

48 Extensions

49 Protocols

50 Protocols Continue

 

Section 8: What is Key Value Coding

51 Key-Value Coding Part 1

52 Key-Value Coding Part 2

53 Key-Value Observing Part 1

54 Key-Value Observing Part 2

55 Key-Value Observing Part 3

56 NS Notifications Part 1

57 NS Notifications Part 2

58 Exceptions

59 Enumerated types

 

Section 9: View Controller and Appearance Proxies

60 Introduction to View Controller and Appearance Proxies

61 View Controller Life Cycle Part 1

62 View Controller Life Cycle Part 2

63 UI View Attributes

64 Appearance Proxies

 

Section 10: Getting to Know UI in Detail

65 UI Label

66 UI Button Part 1

67 UI Button Part 2

68 UI Switch

69 UI Text Field Part 1

70 UI Text Field Part 2

71 UI Text View Part 1

72 UI Text View Part 2

73 UI Slider

74 UI Segmented Control

75 UI Page Control

76 UI Picker View Part 1

77 UI Picker View Part 2

78 UI Activity Indicator

79 UI Progress View

80 UI Alert Views Part 1

81 UI Alert Views Part 2

82 UI Image Views

83 Getting to Know UI in detail Revision

 

Section 11: Action Sheets

84 Action Sheets Part 1

85 Action Sheets Part 2

 

Section 12: UI Scroll View and Table View

86 UI Scroll View Part 1

87 UI Scroll View Part 2

88 UI Table View Part 1

89 UI Table View Part 2

90 UI Table View Part 3

91 UI Table View Part 4

92 UI Table View Part 5

93 UI Table View Part 6

94 UI Table View Part 7

95 UI Scroll View and Table View Revision

 

Section 13: Frameworks

96 UI Kit Frame Work

97 Foundation Frame Work Part 1

98 Foundation Frame Work Part 2

 

Section 14: App in Details

99 App Bundle

100 Managing App States Part 1

101 Managing App States Part 2

102 Handling Interruption

103 Main.M

104 Info.Plist File

105 Localizable Files

106 Low Memory Warnings and Revision

 

Section 15: Understanding Controllers

107 UI View Controllers Part 1

108 UI View Controllers Part 2

109 Navigation Controller Part 1

110 Navigation Controller Part 2

111 Nav Bar and Tab Bar Controller Part 1

112 Nav Bar and Tab Bar Controller Part 2

113 Split View Controllers

114 Pop Over Controllers

115 Page View Controllers

116 Segues

117 Navigation

 

Section 16: Constraints and Conflicts

118 Introduction to Auto Layouts

119 Constraints Part 1

120 Constraints Part 2

121 Adding Constraints and Resolving Conflicts Part 1

122 Adding Constraints and Resolving Conflicts Part 2

123 Demo Code Part 1

124 Demo Code Part 2

125 Constarints and Conflicts Revision

 

Section 17: Introduction to Blocks

126 Intro to Blocks

127 Using Blocks

128 Declaring Block Refrence

 

Section 18: Date and Time Programming

129 Introduction to Date and time Programming

130 NS Date Part 1

131 NS Date Part 2

132 NS Date Component

133 NS Calender Introduction

134 NS Claender Example Part 1

135 NS Claender Example Part 2

136 NS Claender Example Part 3

137 NS Calender Unit

138 NS Date Formatter Part 1

139 NS Date Formatter Part 2

140 NS Date Formatter Part 3

141 NS Date Formatter Part 4

 

Section 19: Memory Management

142 Introduction to Memory Management

143 MRC Part 1

144 MRC Part 2

145 MRC Part 3

146 MRC Part 4

147 Auto Release

148 ARC Part 1

149 ARC Part 2

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2 Accessory Methods Part 2

3 Objects Part 1

4 Objects Part 2

 

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Section 1: Accessory and Objects 1 Accessory Methods Part 1 2 Accessory Methods Part 2 3 Objects Part 1 4 Objects Part 2   Section 2: Data Types Primitives 5 Data Types Primitives Part 1 6 Data Types Primitives Part 2 7 Data Types Primitives Example   Section 3: Objective Types id, NS Stri ... Read More

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