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Building iPhone applications is a visual process. These video tutorials are a great way to learn by shoulder-surfing with an expert, whether you’re thinking about getting into iPhone development or already well on your way. You’ll learn his workflow, his development techniques, and the tricks of the trade. And you’ll walk away with the confidence and resources to build your table-based iPhone application from scratch.
NOTE: This covers XCode 3 only, not the newer versions. This impacts the following types of things: the course author, Bill Dudney, makes a point of using keyboard shortcuts. note: a customer has noted that the keyboard shortcuts in XCode 4 are completely different than in XCode 3.x. Also the XCode 4 “new project wizards” generate completely different starter applications than are generated in XCode 3.x
Don’t miss the free “Getting Started with Xcode and Interface Builder” episode (26 MB, 22 mins, QuickTime | iPhone/iPod). You can also watch the
free preview movie (8 MB, 2 mins, QuickTime) where Bill highlights the application he builds throughout these screencasts.
If you need a jump start using Xcode (the IDE used for iPhone development), have a look at Mike Clark’s two-part Becoming Productive in Xcode screencasts. And if you’re new to Objective-C, you might consider starting with the Coding in Objective-C 2.0 screencasts before trying iPhone development.
Note: These screencasts have not yet been updated for iPhone SDK 3.0. The example application still works with version 3.0, but has a few deprecation warnings.