iPhone Application Programming

Course Description


In this course, Prof. Alan Cannistraro, Prof. Josh Shaffer and Prof. Evan Doll give 18 video lectures on iPhone Application Programming. Lectures were taped April 1, 2009 - June 3, 2009.



Staff



Lecturers:

Alan Cannistraro: [email protected]

Josh Shaffer: [email protected]

Evan Doll: [email protected]



Student TAs:


- Paul Salzman: [email protected]>

- David Jacobs: [email protected]>



Grand-Master Chief:

- Paul Marcos: [email protected]



Course Website: http://cs193p.stanford.edu



Other Websites:

- Apple Dev Center: http://developer.apple.com

- Developer Forums: http://devforums.apple.com

- External resources:

    - http://cs193p.com

    - http://groups.google.com/group/iphone-appdev-auditors/

iPhone Application Programming

Lecture 13: Debugging Tips, Searching, Notifications and KVC/KVO.
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Earle Robinson wrote 8 years ago.
Great lectures, clear and current. I am trying to wade
through iPhone Objective-C methods, Xcode tools with various
supporting tools and have found these lectures most helpful.
Thanks.


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