First App!

Rather than waiting for my book to come in, I eagerly searched the interwebz for something to help me create an app. In my search, I found iPhone Application Programming from Stanford on iTunes.

The meat of the lecture starts about halfway through, the first part is mostly irrelevant introduction junk. On the whole, I found the lecture helpful, and it was a fast and easy way to create a really basic first app. I do, however, have a complaint, the Spring 2009 lecture series does not use SDK 3, so some of the options have been moved. It took me a few tries to figure out how to set the settings that were being used in the lecture. Oddly enough, Evan, lecturer extraordinaire, couldn’t get his code to work… but I did! W00t!

About five minutes ago, I found that they posted a Winter 2010 session, I have not looked at it, yet, but it’s safe to assume they use the newer SDK.

And, do not forget, there is the Developer’s resource center through which you can access the Apple Developer Only section of iTunes providing you with about 30 videos on SDK and development basics.

Let’s see what fun apps tomorrow brings!

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