Haloteck Start Developing iOS Apps is the perfect starting point for learning to create apps that run on iPhone and iPad. As you make your way through the lessons and build the app, you’ll learn about concepts in iOS app development, gain a deeper understanding of the Swift programming language, and familiarize yourself with the many valuable features of Xcode, Apple’s integrated development environment (IDE).
The iOS devices get evolved quite frequently and from experience, we find that at least one version of iPhone and iPad is launched every year. Now, we have iphone5 launched which has its predecessors starting from iPhone, iPhone 3gs, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s. Similarly, iPad has evolved from iPad first Generation to iPad fourth Generation and an additional iPad Mini version.
The number of users using iPhone/iPad has increased a great deal. This creates the opportunity for developers to make money by creating applications for iPhone and iPad the Apple’s App Store.
Develop iOS apps using the latest technologies described in these lessons, you need a Mac computer (macOS 10.11.5 or later) running the latest version of Xcode. Xcode includes all the features you need to design, develop, and debug an app. Xcode also contains the iOS SDK, which extends Xcode to include the tools, compilers, and frameworks you need specifically for iOS development.
iOS 11 brings a number new updates to the OS, the most exciting for developers being ARKit a new development platform to create incredible augmented reality experiences. which allows the creation of more intelligent apps using the power of machine learning. To get all-new App Store redesigned from the ground up to make app discovery easier.
There are three key objects in an iOS app:
- Custom objects: The app delegate is the heart of your custom code. This object works in tandem with the UIApplication object to handle app initialization, state transitions, and many high-level app events.
- System objects: View controller objects manage the presentation of your app’s content on screen. A view controller manages a single view and its collection of subviews. When presented, the view controller makes its views visible by installing them in the app’s window.
- Either system: Views and controls provide the visual representation of your app’s content. In addition to incorporating views and controls, apps can also incorporate Core Animation layers into their view and control hierarchies. Layer objects are actually data objects that represent visual content.
iPhone and iPad Development Features:
· Simple and secure
· Proficient Developers
· Bug-Free App
· Cost Effective
· Version Updates
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