iOS Training Institute Jaipur | iphone Training Course in Jaipur



Course Feature

iOS Training

  • Duration 3 Months
  • Class Timings 1.5 hour a day, 5 days a week
  • Eligibility C , C++

Why iOS and why iOS development Training?

iOS is a much talked about brand in the telecommunications sphere which had managed to take the tech world by surprise since its launch. Apple is one of the leading tech giants and their iOS is no doubt one of the most advanced operating systems. The iPad, iPhone, iPod have remained some of the most sought after electronic gadgets in the world. Apple keeps on inventing and reinventing their iPhone models and releasing them in the market. Every new model of iPhone has been appreciated by the buyers and Apple has registered cash flow. The iPhone App Store offers some of the most functional, innovative applications to the users and has contributed towards the success of Apple gadgets. Through 2016 iPhone App Store has recorded 50 billion downloads from an inventory of 900,000 apps. To meet the rising demands of iPhone Apps users the opportunity for becoming an iOS developer has increased. It is now a flourishing career because the demand for new apps and the demand for upgrading existing ones are on a high. So don’t feel hesitant about choosing a career in iOS application development. This will prove to be the best decision of your life. DAAC is one such organization which provides training to the aspiring iOS application developers. The iOS training DAAC provided by Mobignosis is designed to offer industry relevant iOS application development program for the learners. Our curriculum provides hand on experience to the students from which they can learn the ropes of the industry. This is one of the main factors which distinguish us from the other iOS training.

Job Opportunity for iOS / iPhone Application Developer

A new breed of firms have started to emerge which focuses on application development for the iOS / iPhone market. This has resulted in a high demand for iOS / iPhone apps developer and programmer in the software job market estimated to be in millions. Consulting and training expertise in the mobile space has enabled MobiGnosis, which is based to design and deliver industry relevant iOS / IPhone application developer training programs which includes live projects for hands on experience.

iOS / iPhone Training Course

The iOS trainingcurriculum includes classroom training which teaches trainees to use iOS/iPhone SDK’s Xcode, ULKit framework and Interface Builder with the help of which they can design feature rich Apple applications. The experienced and knowledgeable trainers will also teach the participants to use the tools essential in the development of iPhone, iPad and iPod. These tools include Cocoa Touch, Swift, different iOS SDK libraries and frameworks. The iPhone/iPad Training DAAC begins by building the foundation framework which is necessary to become an efficient iOS developer followed by teaching to build an Interface Builder. Our approach towards the training is logical and hence participants have no problem in understanding the concepts and learning from there. Certification: At Mobignosis we provide a course completion certificate after a developer has successfully complete the training.

iOS / iPhone Training Program

The attendees must have good working knowledge of any object oriented programming language like C++, Java, or Python.

Program Highlights

  • Basics of programming – how to translate your thoughts and ideas into code
  • Develop iOS applications using XCode
  • Build an iOS app during the course
  • Learn how to build Universal Apps that work on both iPhones and iPADs
  • Get familiar with Mac OS environment 
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Start Up

  • Understanding the Development Environment
  • Installing the Tools
  • Components of the SDK
  • Understanding the Xcode and IB interface
  • Understanding the Playground
  • Understanding the advantages and Limitations of Simulator
Minor Exam and Project

Swift Basics

  • The language basics
  • Constants and Variables
  • Type Annotations
  • Data Types
  • Type-Safety and Inference
  • Conversions
  • Tuples
  • Optionals
Minor Exam and Project

Basic Operators - Strings and Characters - Collection Types

  • Arrays
  • Dictionaries
  • Assignment and Copy behavior
  • Mutation in Collections
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Control Flow

  • Conditional Statements
  • Iteration Statements
  • Value bindings
  • Control Transfer
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  • Defining Functions
  • Function Parameters
  • Functions with Multiple Return values
  • External Parameters
  • In-Out Parameters
  • Function Types
  • Function Types are Parameters
  • Nested Functions
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  • Closure Expressions
  • Closure Context
  • Trailing Closures
  • Closures as Reference types
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  • Enumeration Basics
  • Associated Values
  • Trailing Closures
  • Closures as Reference types
  • Raw Values
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Classes and Structures

  •  Stored Properties
  • Computer Properties
  • Property Observers
  • Type Properties
  • Defining Base Class
  • Subclassing
  • Overriding
  • Preventing Overrides
  • Designated Initializer
  • Custom Initialization
  • Default Initialization
  • Initializer Chaining and Safety
  • Deinitialization
  • Property Requirements
  • Method requirements
  • Mutating Requirements
  • Protocols as Types
  • Delegation
  • Protocol Conformation with Extension
  • Protocol Adaption
  • Collections of Protocol
  • Protocol Inheritance
  • Optional Protocols
  • Initializers
  • Type Methods
  • Instance Methods
  • Subscripts
  • How ARC Works
  • Strong Reference Cycles
  • Resolving Strong Reference Cycles
  • Reference Cycles for Closures
  • Optional Chaining
  • Class Hierarchy for Type Casting
  • Type Checking
  • DownCasting
  • Object Casting
  • Types
  • Methods
  • Initializers
  • Subscripts
  • Nested Types
  • Why use Generics
  • Functions
  • Type parameters
  • Types
  • Constraints
  • Associated Types
  • Where Clauses
  • Resolving Strong Reference Cycles for Closures
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User Interface - UI basic

  • Using iPhone Project Templates
  • The Units of Measurement
  • The iOS Hello World Boilerplate Dissection
  • Understanding the App Startup process
  • The iOS Architecture
  • Retina v/s non-Retina UI considerations
  • The Developer License
  • Understanding Views and Windows
  • Creating User Interface
  • Basic GUI Components
  • Actions, Outlets and Events
  • Handling Basic Interactions
  • UITextField, UISlider, UISegementControl, UIStepper, UIButton etc
  • The Human Interface Guidelines
  • Understanding Delegation
  • Exercise  - Create a Settings Controller that allows to Switch Font Sizes, Change RGB color background, Allow Text Events
Minor Exam and Project

Understanding UITableView

  • Understanding UINavigationController
  • Creating a Simple Table View
  • Reusing TableViewCells
  • Customizing a TableView
  • Grouping Data in Tables
  • Selecting and Navigation in TableViews
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Model Views 

  • Alerting a User
  • Customization AlertViews
  • Capturing User response
  • TextField Alerts and Keyboard Styles
  • Implementing ActionSheets
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  • Using a UICollectionView
  • DataSource and Delegates
  • Custom UICollectionViewCells
  • Reusing Collection Cells
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Multi-View Applications

  • Container and Content Views
  • Introduction to Multi-View Applications
  • Subclassing Controllers
  • The MVC Architecture. Why and How to use MVC.
  • Creating a Utility Application and Creating Protocols
  • Implementing Different Animation for View Transitions
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Basic Data Handling

  • Understanding the Controller States in Life Cycle
  • Understanding Application Document Structure
  • Understanding the Product Folder Structure
  • The Application Default Folders and File Manager
  • Capturing Files form Bundles
  • Storing and retrieving data from Files
  • Storing and Retrieving data from Plists
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The Application Project Structure

  • Creating and Accessing your own Bundles
  • Creating Scenes and Segues
  • Adding Controllers
  • Passing Data Across Scenes
  • Understanding Master-detail Application
  • Universal Applications
  • A Start Up Project using Different Controllers. ###
  • Creating a Multi-View Application from Scratch
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This project forms the base line for our Further Topics.

  • Creating a Project with an MVC Architecture
  • Creating your own Protocol to pass data backwards.
  • Comparing Your Protocol with UITableViewDataSource Protocol
  • Different styles of Segues
  • Initiating a Segue
  • Passing Data across controllers
  • Forward data passing
  • Further, with Data Persistence, we will get the data from a SQLite store to populate the App.
  • Further on, we shall consume a web-service, save the data into the SQLite data, and that data will populate the App.
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Debugging and TroubleShooting

  • Creating a Project with an MVC Architecture
  • Creating your own Protocol to pass data backwards.
  • Comparing Your Protocol with UITableViewDataSource Protocol
  • Checking and Changing the values of Variables at Breakpoints
  • TroubleShooting our Sample App
  • Passing Data across controllers
  • Forward data passing
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Useful Resources:

  • iPhone Application Development All-In-One For Dummies.
  • Object Oriented Programming with Objective-C.
  • Cocoa Fundamentals Guide.
  • iOS Technology Overview.
  • iOS Application Programming Guide.
  • iOS Human Interface Guidelines.
  • Beginning iPhone 3 Development.
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