1. iOS 7 Course - Learn by Building 14 Apps

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    Learn iOS 7 by Building 14 Apps. Before swift comes out in the fall, learn everything there is to know about iOS 7 and Objective C. The Udemy XCode tutorial introduces you to the main parts of the iOS 7 development environment. By the end of this 429 course lecture series, you’ll have a broad understanding of how to navigate the development environment and know how to create your first of 14 apps and be a better Project Manager/ Digital Producer. Your developers will appreciate you more, when knowing that you're familiar with the mindset, workflow and process in what they do. Go at your own pace, don't just know the Gantt Charts. Know the process and understand how it's really done by building it yourself! https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ios-7-course-learn-by-building-14-apps/#/

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    • How to create a Simple Dialer App using C2Call SDK [iOS Tutorial]

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      This C2Call SDK tutorial shows how to create a Simple Dialer app. Watch more at: https://www.c2call.com/en/how-it-works.html Now build your own Simple Dialer App on iOS. First, download C2Call SDK from https://www.c2call.com Developer Area. The requirements for making this app are stated below: • XCode • Sample code • Socialcommunication.framework • Socialcommunication.resources • General skills of using iOS Storyboard, XCode and Objective C Just follow the below mentioned steps and you have everything you need to build a simple dialer app! 1. Open Xcode 2. Create a new Xcode project 3. Choose "Tabbed Application" 4. Enter other details including product name, company name, company identifier, class prefix and device 5. Then save the project in your desired destination 6. Now open any one of the sample project like, Simple Call API Sample.xcodeproj 7. Copy the latest SocialCommunication.framework and SocialCommunication.resources into your project 8. Edit building settings including architecture and follow subsequent steps 9. Uncheck the Autolayout by going to MainStoryboard. Also delete the existing ViewController 10. Find the C2Call SDK GUI Components in SDK provided storyboard. You can also drag & Drop components from SCStoryboard to your MainStoryboard 11. Connect your MainStoryboard with Address Book Controller and follow the later steps to complete making your app Complete documentation of this tutorial can be found here: https://www.c2call.com/en/how-it-works/how-to-get-started/ios-tutorials.html About C2Call SDK: C2Call SDK is one of the most dominant startups among mobile app revolution. It excels in providing next generation mobile and browser-based calling solutions for the computing cloud. FriendCaller, the world's first social communication app, which has over 12.5 million users worldwide, was built using C2Call SDK. The SDK supports free mobile video chat services across Apple iOS devices including iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Android smart phones and tablets. C2Call SDK demonstrates the unique capabilities to establish a peer-to-peer connection with any mobile platform and with any Internet browser without prerequisite software installations. By using C2Call SDK, developers can now integrate rich communication features, such as group audio and video chat, calling to landlines and mobile phone numbers, texting/SMS, encrypted secure instant messaging, a real phone number, Caller-ID, photo and video sharing, and location sharing into their existing or new mobile apps. We are Social: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/c2call.sdk Twitter - http://twitter.com/c2call_gmbh Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/c2call/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+C2call

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      • Core Data Nugget #1 - How to speak Core Data

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        In this screencast I'll explain all those scary classes associated with the Core Data framework. I'll also show you where they are when you start a new project based on the Master/Detail template in iOS. Core Data Nuggets is a series of bite-sized chunks of information about the framework. Dip in and out or watch them all in a row and learn how this super complicated framework works and what it has to offer. Don't get overwhelmed by Core Data: it wants to help - it's just not designed with humans in mind.

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        • Swift Programming Language - Flappy Dino MarioBros II

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          Flappy Bird source code - Mario Bros written in Swift. http://bit.ly/MarioBros_Swift Source code provided in the link. Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to catch fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. All code is written into the GameScene.swift (file) Have fun. Pretty swift, hey!

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          • Quiz App Starter Kit for iOS demo + Mac Admin Tool

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            Download your iOS source code from : http://www.chupamobile.com/ios-full-games/quiz-app-starter-kit-all-in-one-796

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            • iOS In-App Purchases - Part 2: Setup

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              In this 7-part series I'll show you how to create an In-App Purchase in iOS 7 with Xcode 5.1. The course will run you through everything from setting up your product in iTunes Connect, creating a custom shop class for easy re-use, making "first contact" with the App Store and how to deal with its responses. Parts 1+2 are free to watch. You can see the rest of the course here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/creating-an-in-app-purchase-in-ios-7-and-xcode-5-1/

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              • iOS In-App Purchases - Part 1: Concept

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                in this 7-part series I'll show you how to create an In-App Purchase in iOS 7 with Xcode 5.1. The course will run you through everything from setting up your product in iTunes Connect, creating a custom shop class for easy re-use, making "first contact" with the App Store and how to deal with its responses. Parts 1+2 are free to watch. You can see the rest of the course here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/creating-an-in-app-purchase-in-ios-7-and-xcode-5-1/

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                • How to use a Popover on iPad

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                  In this series I'll show you how to create Popovers on iPad. They're fairly easy to create once you get the hang of the inner workings of the UIPopoverController. I'll show you how to create basic Popover in code and in your Storyboard, and we'll discuss how you can retrieve data from a Popover when it's dismissed. We'll do this with a simple UIDatePicker. In the last video I'll demonstrate how you can pick images from the camera roll using the UImagePickerController with a Popover - which is how you're meant to do it on iPad. The series contains three videos in total. The first one is "free to air", and the other two are for members only. You can watch the whole course here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/how-to-use-popovers-on-ipad/

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                  • How to use iCloud in your iOS Apps - Part 2: Prep Work and Setup

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                    In this series I'll show you how to use iCloud in your iOS apps. We'll discuss how to setup Xcode and your app, including App ID and Provisioning Profiles and I'll demonstrate how to use all three flavours of iCloud: Key Value Storage, Document Storage and iCloud with Core Data. The rest of this series is for members of my iOS Dev Diary only - you can watch it here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/how-t-use-icloud-in-your-ios-apps/ Enjoy!

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                    • How to use iCloud in your iOS Apps - Part 1: Intro

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                      In this series I'll show you how to use iCloud in your iOS apps. We'll discuss how to setup Xcode and your app, including App ID and Provisioning Profiles and I'll demonstrate how to use all three flavours of iCloud: Key Value Storage, Document Storage and iCloud with Core Data. The rest of this series is for members of my iOS Dev Diary only - you can watch it here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/how-t-use-icloud-in-your-ios-apps/ Enjoy!

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