Hands On Technology Transfer (HOTT) offers mobile courses for developing iPhone®, iPad® or Android apps as well as a course for developing mobile websites.
iOS Programming Using Objective-C
Participants in the iOS Programming for iPhone® and iPad® Applications Using Objective-C course will learn about and gain practice developing iOS applications for the full line of Apple mobile devices such as iPad® and iPhone®. As part of the course participants will create an example application which will demonstrate a majority of the iOS features as well as take advantage of a number of hardware systems and features.The Objective-C language is presented and used in hands on exercises to learn how it interacts with the hardware systems.
Participants in the Advanced iOS Programming for iPhone® and iPad® Applications Using Objective-C course will develop apps to interact with many of the hardware systems available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch hardware devices. Attendees will learn to use the newly redesigned iOS7 UI controls and many of the new features of the latest operating system for iPhone and iPad.
iOS Programming Using Swift
In the Swift Programming for iPhone® and iPad® Applications course, attendees will learn how to develop iPhone and iPad apps using Swift and Xcode. Students begin by learning the fundamentals of the Swift language. The course emphasizes best programming practices. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency. Students will create iOS apps using Swift from the ground up, demonstrating the features of Swift, iOS, and its supporting code libraries.
The Android Application Development course conveys the fundamental skills necessary to deploy Android Apps on mobile devices such as phones and tablets. Attendees will design and build a variety of Android Apps throughout the course. Students employ the Eclipse editor and the Android Developer Tools (ADT) plugin to perform comprehensive hands on exercises throughout the course to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
The Xamarin Cross-Platform Mobile Application Development course teaches students how to use Xamarin as a cross-platform mobile development tool to build native Android and iOS apps using C# and a .NET code base. Coverage of XAML includes how to use XAML controls to interact with the use, how to use XAML to manage the UI layout, and how to connect UI events to C# event handlers.
HOTT offers competency-based mobile training in more than 100 cities across North America. HOTT emphasizes a hands on, task-oriented curriculum. When students train with HOTT they are guaranteed small class sizes, expert instructors, and comprehensive hands on exercises. HOTT offers a wide selection of discount programs to accommodate individuals as well as groups both small and large. Call our registrars at 800-413-0939 for detailed information or assistance.
Mobile Application Programming Courses
iOS Using Objective-C
iOS Using Swift
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