cs193p – Assignment #1 Task #3

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Add a private property of type Deck * to the CardGameViewController

If you have added test code for the last task, don’t forget to remove it …

… import the deck class and add the property.

#import "Deck.h"
...
@property (nonatomic, strong) Deck *deck;

… nothing more to do for this task …

The complete code is available on github.

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cs193p – Assignment #1 Task #2

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Be sure to include all the code for the four classes shown in the first two lectures: Card, Deck, PlayingCard and PlayingCardDeck. You must type this code in (e.g., do not copy and paste it from somewhere). The whole point of this Required Task is to gain experience editing code in Xcode and to get used to Objective-C syntax.

Start implementing the classes provided on the slides of lecture #2. The base structure of the Card class has already been added during the lecture. Add its public interface and the match method.
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cs193p – Assignment #1 Task #1

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Follow the detailed instructions in the lecture slides (separate document) to build and run Matchismo in the iPhone Simulator in Xcode 5. Do not proceed to the next steps unless your card flips back and forth as expected and builds without warnings or errors.

The first part of the slides provided with lecture #2 describe the classes for task 2, followed by a detailed walk through of the demonstration from lecture #2. Follow those steps and (if you have not finished them already during the lecture) you have completed the first task of the first assignment.

The complete code is available on github.

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cs193p – Lecture #2 – Xcode 5

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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.

The code for this lecture is available at github.

The lecture as well as its slides (which include a complete walk through of the demo from the lecture and most of assignment #1) are available via iTunes called “2. Xcode 5”.

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cs193p – Lecture #1 – iOS, MVC, Objective-C

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Like every year 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 – Fall 2013-14

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Stanfords course cs193p has started its Fall session. The videos of the lectures are available via iTunes. Sample code and slides are (or should be) available directly at Stanford. A collaboration on Piazza is missing for the moment …

The course material from previous seasons is still available:

Winter 2013
videos downloads

Summer 2012 / Fall 2011
videos downloads

Fall 2010
videos downloads

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