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iOS is the fastest growing mobile platform in the market today and it has changed the outlook of mobility, accessibility and computing. Phone is an ideal platform to develop all sorts of mobile applications that supports to make flexible and user friendly apps. We offer training IPHONE application development.We train our students to develop highly precise, interactive, and easy to use apps suitable to the needs.

This iPhone and iPad app development course is designed to get you started in iPhone app development. We are providing 100% placement assistance to our Iphone development course. This course includes Interface Builder, Xcode, Objective-C, Cocoa Touch programming, and the APIs included in the iOS SDK. After completing our iPhone app training course you would be able to build applications for iPhone and iPad. The complete course is hands-on based. At the end of the course we will built a practical iPhone App in the class. This app development project will ensure that you can build your own apps for iPhone and iPad. This training course can be taken as a part-time evening course or even on the weekends.

Who is this iPhone App Development course for?

This training course is for you if you are interested in using objective-C to build your own iPhone and iPad apps.

Learn from iPhone & iPad App Developers

This course will be offered by our iPhone app developers who have been have been programming professional iPhone application. Those consultants write and teach our iPhone training courses, so their experience directly informs course content.



  • Introduction iPhone App Development course
  • Introducing the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
  • What is it like developing for Appleā€™s Platform?
  • What is Objective-C
  • Xcode IDE as a development tool
  • The iOS Developer Center, Programme and SDK


  • Objective-C Basics
  • Introduction to Objective-C
  • Use Objective-C for iPhone/iPad development
  • Objective-C syntax and constructs
  • Objective-C classes
  • allocate and deallocate objects
  • How to define properties
  • memory management and ARC
  • Foundation classes
  • message sending at runtime (dynamic binding)


  • Cocoa Touch Design Patterns:
  • Coca Touch for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • What are object-oriented design patterns?
  • Object-oriented libraries of Coca touch
  • What is Model-View-Controller (MVC)?
  • Use of delegation
  • How to declare a protocol


  • Foundation
  • What does foundation provide?
  • Using NSString and NSArray
  • Using Dictionaries
  • Using NSXMLParser
  • Using NSURLConnection
  • Xcode IDE as a development tool
  • Use Xcode IDE for building iPhone applications
  • Debugging and editing using Xcode IDE
  • Manage project resources
  • Visual Interface design



  • View and View Controllers
  • What are views and view Controllers?
  • Model-View-Controller (MVC) design for Apps
  • Design Views
  • Connect view to controllers
  • Apple's pre-built view controllers


  • Interface builder GUI Tool
  • How to design applications using Interface Builder
  • Connect interface to your code
  • File's Owner and First Responder


  • Table Views:
  • What is a Table View
  • Create data source and a delegate
  • Insert and delete table data
  • Navigate between tables using navigation controllers


  • Graphics:
  • Use of images and other resources in an app
  • How to use images


  • Gesture Recognizers:
  • What are gesture recognizers
  • Touch Events
  • Taps, swipes and pinches


  • Animation:
  • How to use built in Animations
  • Using blocks to write custom animations


  • System Events
  • Application Life Cycle
  • The runloop
  • What are notification centers?
  • iPhone's built in sensors
  • Local / Push Notifications


  • iPhone and iPad virtual keyboard
  • Use of virtual keyboard
  • The responder chain
  • Using delegates to control keyboard input


  • iPad App Development:
  • Difference between iPhone and iPad App
  • Build a universal app for iPhone and iPad
  • Split-View Controller


  • Performance and Debugging:
  • Find and fix problems
  • Eliminate hot spots and slow code
  • Instruments utility


  • Manage Navigation:
  • Create navigation in an iPhone App
  • How to use Apple's navigation controller
  • User of the tab bar controller


  • Integrate with Apple APIs:
  • Integrate your app with Address Book
  • Integration with Maps
  • Integration with Safari.
  • Integration with Messaging
  • The iOS5 Twitter API



  • Integration with 3rd Party APIs
  • What is JSON
  • What is a RESTful API?
  • Use of JSON in your app
  • Concurrency
  • The main thread
  • Working with threads
  • Using Grand Central Dispatch on iOS



  • Submitting your app for approval
  • How to submit app?
  • What to consider before submitting app