iOS 7 Fundamentals

This course is intended to get you up to speed on the basic skills you need to become a successful iOS developer.
Course info
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(268)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 4, 2014
Duration
9h 58m
Table of contents
iOS 7 Fundamentals
Xcode
Objective-C
MVC
UITableView and UICollectionView
App Navigation
Networking
Local Persistence
Performance
Publishing
Description
Course info
Rating
(268)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 4, 2014
Duration
9h 58m
Description

This course introduces you to all the fundamental skills you need in order to build, debug, and deploy iOS applications - either to the Apple AppStore or to your enterprise.

About the author
About the author

Although Jon spent the first few years of his professional life as an attorney, he quickly found chasing bits more interesting than chasing ambulances. Since 2011, Jon has been concentrating on the mobile world. Working mainly in iOS, Jon has helped numerous companies create and transform mobile teams into teams that can create, build, test, and deploy mobile applications with ease.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Publishing
Hi, this is Jon Flanders with Pluralsight, and in this module in our iOS Fundamentals course, I'm going to talk about Publishing. So in terms of the publishing process, I'm going to talk about getting your icons together, how to package up your application for deployment, doing a deployment, and then updating that deployment. So for actually deploying an app to the App Store, you must have all of your icons in place for all the different resolutions and for all the different purposes that your app is built for, so iPhone and iPad, et cetera. So you've got to create these icons, or have somebody in your company create the icons, and they need to be imbedded in the app itself. The easiest way to do that is to do this with asset catalogs, as I'll show you in the demo. You also are going to need icons for iTunes and for the web as well. Even if you're going to do enterprise deployment, these are required if you're going to do enterprise deployment through the App Store. There is an exhaustive list at this URL, or if you just Googled for icons required for iOS deployment, it will come up with that page and they do update that as different versions of iOS come out, so you probably want to check that rather than relying on anything that I've said here specifically.