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iOS Bootcamp: learning to create awesome apps on iOS using Swift (Lecture 00)

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This is the initial lecture in my mobile apps development course. A light introduction to mobile app development is given to help motivate the student to learn. In particular, this lectures looks at the present state of mobile app development and the mobile industry. We also look at the broader app development landscape to help the student get oriented. The course is an intensive and very compressed deep dive into iOS development in Swift. Visit the course web page to get copies of the course outline, lecture notes, sample code, etc. Course website: http://www.themobilemontage.com/2015/05/12/ios-bootcamp-learning-to-create-awesome-apps-on-ios-using-swift/
Find the YouTube version of this lecture here: https://youtu.be/Xi6LfpMEVQE

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iOS Bootcamp: learning to create awesome apps on iOS using Swift (Lecture 00)

  1. 1. INTRODUCTIONTO MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT Lecture #0 Jonathan R. Engelsma, Ph.D.
  2. 2. TOPICS 1.Mobile: Past, Present, Future 2.Why Develop For Mobile? 3.The Mobile Development Landscape 4.iOS Development
  3. 3. “THE DEVICE FORMALLY KNOWN ASTHE CELL PHONE”
  4. 4. MOBILE:THE PRESENT 1.The rise of the “smartphone” 2.The tablet form factor is viable. 3.Vibrant application ecosystems and the importance of software. 4.Data network ubiquity 5.Cloud integration
  5. 5. MOBILE: THE FUTURE? 1.A safe bet: platform fragmentation will continue. 2.HTML5 will become increasingly important for mobile developers 3.M2M/D2D category will continue to heat up. 4.Health category will be hot for mobile apps.
  6. 6. WHY DEVELOP FOR MOBILE? 1. Mobile development == Huge opportunity! a. shortage of skilled developers b. entrepreneurial opportunities abound 2. Mobile development is fun! a. app ecosystems gives instant gratification b. software developer self expression
  7. 7. JUST HOW BIG IS MOBILE? •7.13B people on planet Earth •4.2B people brush their teeth •1.6BTelevision sets in use •1.2B PCs in use •1.1B automobiles registered and in operation • > 6.8B mobile subscribers on planet Earth!! Source: http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2011/02/all-the-numbers-all-the-facts-on-mobile-the-trillion-dollar-industry-why-is-google-saying-put-your-b.html Source: http://www.chetansharma.com/MobilePredictions2012.htm
  8. 8. JUST HOW BIG IS MOBILE? •Trillion $$ Industries •automotive •food / clothing •construction •banking •armaments • mobile Source: http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2011/02/all-the-numbers-all-the-facts-on-mobile-the-trillion-dollar-industry-why-is-google-saying-put-your-b.html
  9. 9. MOBILE APP DEV LANDSCAPE Native Apps Mobile Web Apps “Hybrid” Apps Android SDK iOS / xCode Visual Studio WinPhone HTML5 CSS Javascript SenchaTouch jQuery Mobile NimbleKit Titanium Mobile Rhodes Web app targeting handheld devices Framework that generates native code and/or uses webviews in native. Apps written for the native platform. PhoneGap jQTouch iUI
  10. 10. IOS DEVELOPMENT 1.Why learn iOS first? 1.Easier to get the UI right in a short time period. 2.Huge demand for developer proficient with iOS. 3.All the cool kids use Macs! (GVSU CIS now has a couple of Mac labs!)
  11. 11. DEVELOPER REQUIREMENTS 1.A Mac computer 2.xCode (free download from the Mac AppStore) 3.You need to become proficient in Swift, but will also need basic skills Objective C and C. 4.To test on device and deploy to AppStore you must pay a $99 annual fee.
  12. 12. SUMMARY 1.Mobile has been around for a while, but has been transformed significantly in the past few years. 2.Mobile Dev = Huge Opp 3.Mobile app dev comes in many shapes and flavors.

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