cs193p – Lecture #2 – Xcode 4

Please note, this blog entry is from a previous course. You might want to check out the current one.

Lecture #2 provides a short walk through of the Xcode developing environment. The first half of the lecture discusses the various classes of the model for the playing card game. The second is a life demonstration on how to start a project in Xcodes, placing buttons and labels in Storyboard and connecting them to the view controller.

At the end of the lecture the app called Matchismo displays a playing card and allows to flip it to show both sides of the card.

Assignment #0 is to follow the steps from the demonstration, add the model classes from the first half of the lecture and finally allow to flip through all cards of a deck.

To implement this last step, add a new property to hold the model of the game – the card deck – to the view controller. Don’t forget to include the model class:
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cs193p – Lecture #1 – iOS, MVC, Objective-C

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Lecture #1 is an general introduction of the course with an overview about iOS, MVC and Object C.

Paul Hegarty stresses the importance of being familiar with object oriented programming as prerequisites for the course and that it is not for absolute beginners.
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cs193p – Season – Winter 2013

Please note, this blog entry is from a previous course. You might want to check out the current one.

Stanfords course cs193p has started its Winter session. The videos of the lectures are available at iTunes. Sample code and slides are (or should be) available directly at Stanford. Like last summer it is accompanied by peer collaboration on Piazza.

The course material from previous seasons is still available:

Summer 2012 / Fall 2011
videos downloads

Fall 2010
videos downloads

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