iPad and iPhone Application Development (HD)

iPad and iPhone Application Development (HD)

Published by: Paul Hegarty
0 Episodes | First Released: Jan 13 '12
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David Mongo
Mar 1 '14
Rating:   10
Excellent

Very organized, understandable, relevant, and well presented. And unlike the lecturers in every other iTunes U series on iOS programming, Paul Hegarty doesn't begin every sentence with, "Um…"

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Noguerol9
Sep 2 '13
Rating:   10
Good !

I waiting a new tutorial eith new XCODE and iOS 7...

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PaajiBalleBalle
May 7 '13
Rating:   10
Great work!

It is the most helpful resource if You want a good base.

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alienintheheights
Mar 11 '13
Rating:   10
Essential!

Paul Hegarty is an insightful, interesting lecturer and one with a seasoned appreciation for proper programming methodology. This is not a novice course--you should have some experience as a programmer to fully appreciate it. But for those ready, there's nothing better out there: you will be building apps by the end of it. If you take this course, go online and track down his homework assignments too. Doing so rounds-out the experience. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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المد يغحلف
Jan 19 '13
Rating:   10
رذةدطكاذةل

نببنليتببااتل

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MrKovai
Jan 5 '13
Rating:   10
Well Done

Thanks for making it available as Podcasts. Nice Job.

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wbevins
Dec 24 '12
Rating:   10
A must get!!

If you want to learn iPhone and iPad development then these lectures are a must-download. Everything is explained in a thorough and easy to understand manner.

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gmalone1
Dec 21 '12
Rating:   6
Stanford lectures series poorly sorted and sequenced, and LOW RES

Stanford lectures series poorly sorted and sequencedAs good as the lectures are, knowing exactly what order to play them is a nightmare. Specifically the Programming Abstractions and iOS dev series are a jumble (esp. the Abstractions) -- some items are numbered, some (many) are not; and when you download them into iTunes, they get shuffled and then you're lost.For goodness sakes, put a 01 -> n sorting number at the start of each titled item.And what's with the LOW RES video?! Unbelievable.

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Charbalest
Dec 18 '12
Rating:   10
Paul is great!

These are fantastic lectures, and Paul is an excellent teacher. I picked up iOS development faster than any other new platform I have ever learned thanks to this series.

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Mike Ishi
Nov 28 '12
Rating:   10
Fantastic

These lectures are fantastic. The professor is absolutely wonderful.

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