MOBILIZE: iPhone/iPad app development

November 5, 2012
12:30 pmto2:00 pm
Visiting Scholar and ITP Alum Toshi Amaoka on Entry Level iPhone App Development
This event is designed to be an entry level iPhone Apps Development hands-on workshop.  First year students who are taking ICM are welcome!
The objective of this workshop is to help those who have done some work in Processing and now want to jump into iPhone development.  First of all, I will explain how to use XCode and Objective-C and compare and contrast them with Processing.
Next, I will demonstrate how to display “Hello World” in many different ways.
Finally, you will learn how to create iPhone Apps with XCode, how to develop a user interface, and by the end of the session, you will write your first Objective-C code.
Toshitaka Amaoka graduated from ITP in 2003, and is a Visiting Scholar at ITP for academic year 2012-13.  He received his Ph.D. at Tokyo Institute of Technology.  He lives in Tokyo and is an Associate Professor at Meisei University, where teaches programming and interactive technologies.  His research fields are Human Computer Interaction and Entertainment Computing.
***NOTE:
Attendees should bring their laptop with installed XCode. You can download XCode for free from the Apple App Store.  Please attend to this in advance of the start of the workshop.
RSVP required to itp.rsvp@nyu.edu.  Due to space issues, this event is only open to current ITP students and alumni on a space available basis.
Friday, November 9th, 2012
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