New York University - Computer Science Dept.

iOS Programming
for iPhone and iPad

CSCI-UA.0480-002 - Spring 2012
Nathan Hull
Mon./Wed. 3:30-4:45 Room 102

Prerequisites:  V22.0101, V22.0102 and V22.0201. Students must be proficient, high-level programmers and have a knowledge of both C and an Object-Oriented language.


In this course, we will learn to create applications for Apple’s iOS on both the iPhone and the iPad using Objective-C and the iOS SDK.

Since its introduction, the Apple iOS SDK has proved to be a powerful platform upon which to build sophisticated applications. Without actually having to own an iPhone or an iPad, students will be able to build and test their applications on Intel Apple Macs using the freely available compiler and simulator. Students will become proficient in the object-oriented language Objective-C,  Apple iOS Frameworks,  and the XCode development environment.  This is a new, dynamic, constantly-evolving topic, and students will be at the forefront a new technological advancement.


Syllabus • Online ResourcesClass Examples

Assignment 1 - Due: Friday Feb. 17th
Assignment 2 - Due: Friday Mar. 2nd
Assignment 3 - Due: Wednesday Mar. 28th
Final Semester Project

Grader: Jon Chan
Tutor: Kunal Balani
Email for Questions, Resubmits, etc: csci0480 [at] gmail [dot] com
Tutor Hours - Room 303 Warren Weaver
Jon - Mon and Wed: 2:00 to 3:30
Kunal - Tues and Friday: 12:00 to 4:00