This is the home page for the DPS923 and MAP523 course.
This course covers the foundations of programming applications for the Apple iOS operating system. Students will learn and become proficient with the development tool environment, and create graphical end-user iOS applications that follow the MVC design pattern. Students will write their programs in the Swift and Objective-C languages, using the object-oriented Cocoa framework. A wide range of iOS development topics, including user interface programming techniques, data management, and network access will be covered.
Welcome! What do you need to know to get started in this course?
The course welcome page is here. It has essential information you need before and during the course.
Links to other content are shown below.
Notes for the weekly content are linked below, and here too.
The following table has links to course content:
|Course notes||Weekly and daily class notes, and related information|
|Learning resources||A list of digital and physical resources that we’ll use during the course|
|Weekly schedule||Topics covered during the course, organized by week; includes test dates and assignment due dates|
|Graded work||Information about graded work and values|
|Course policies||Course policies|
|Course standards||Standards that govern conduct and expectations in the course|
|Welcome info||Welcome info to get started in the course|
|DPS923 course outline||Official course outline from the College course outline system|
|MAP523 course outline||Official course outline from the College course outline system|