iOS App Development 101
11

Tuesday, 11 April

6:30 9:30 pm PDT

GA Los Angeles (Santa Monica)

1520 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
$25 USD
Regular Ticket
$25 USD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

iOS App Development 101

11

Tuesday, 11 April

6:30 9:30 pm PDT

GA Los Angeles (Santa Monica)

1520 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
$25 USD
Regular Ticket
$25 USD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Class

Navigate Apple’s iOS ecosystem — and build your own simple app.

Step into the world of mobile development with General Assembly. During our iOS-focused introductory workshop, take a closer look at Apple’s mobile ecosystem and learn about the processes and tools that bring successful apps to life. Whether you have an idea for an app or are simply curious about opportunities in the field, you’ll:

  • Walk through the fundamentals of the app development process.
  • Explore history and trends in iOS development.
  • Survey developer tools including Xcode (an integrated development environment), Swift (Apple’s open-source programming language), Playground files, and more.
  • Find out about the skills iOS developers leverage to succeed in their careers.
  • Apply what you’ve learned to build a basic iOS app.

Takeaways

•Explain relevant history and trends in iOS development.
•Identify key skills leveraged by IOS developers.
•Survey the common tools used within the iOS ecosystem.
•Apply key concepts and skills to build a basic iOS application.

Prereqs & Preparation

Bring a Mac laptop and optional iOS testing device. Download and install the latest version of Xcode. A thirst for knowledge!

Technical Considerations: A Mac laptop is required for this workshop! Students should install the latest version of Xcode ahead of time. Students should have some basic technical aptitude, orientation to computers, and the curiosity to learn new tools.

About the Instructor

Ed Arenberg Photo

Ed worked in aerospace for 14 years developing processors for spacecraft after graduating from MIT. He started EPage in 1994 to develop web services in the early days of the public Internet, and pioneered some of the first data-driven web sites and early e-commerce initiatives. EPage migrated to primarily developing mobile applications in 2008, focusing on iOS and Android. Today they mostly do contract and consulting work and have delivered over 200 apps for our clients, which range from individuals to Fortune 100 companies. Ed has been a frequent speaker at local tech events, and has won prizes for iOS apps at many hackathons.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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