iPhone Application Development (Winter 2010)

Stanford Course , Winter 2010 , Prof. Alan Cannistraro

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Overview

Introduction to Mac OS X, Cocoa Touch, Objective - C and Tools - Objective - C and Foundation Framework - Custom Classes, Object Lifecycle, Autorelease - Building an Application, MVC,Nib Files, Controls - Views, Drawing, and Animation - Designing iPhone Applications, MVC, View Controllers - Navigation & Tab Bar Controllers - Scroll Views and Table Views-Data in Your iPhone App-Text Input and Presenting Content Modally - Web Views; Locations and Maps - Touch Events & Multi-touch - Device APIs; Location, Accelerometer & Camera; Battery - Audio APIs, Video Playback, Settings - Bonjour, NSStream, GameKit - Unit Testing; Fun with Objective-C; Localization OpenGL ES

Lecture 12: Touch Events & Multi-touch

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        (February 18, 2010) Jason Beaver covers multi-touch events and gestures. Part of Stanfords Winter Quarter 2010 iPhone Application Development (CS193P) course. Stanford University httpwww.stanford.edu Stanford School of Engineering httpsoe.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube httpwww.youtube.comstanford

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