Friday, May 1, 2009

NYU Offers iPhone Programming Class

Have you ever had an idea for a great iPhone application? NYU is now offering an iPhone programming class taught by Nathan Hull. Here's the description:

In this course, we will learn to create applications for Apple’s iPhone 3G using Objective-C and the iPhone SDK.

Since its introduction this past summer, the Apple iPhone SDK has been revealed to be a powerful platform upon which to build sophisticated applications. Without actually having to own an iPhone, students will be able to build and test their applications on Intel Apple Macs using the freely available compiler and simulator. (Macs are available in the ITS labs). In addition to the development tools, students will become proficient in the object-oriented language Objective-C, the Apple iPhone Frameworks, and the principles of Cocoa development. This is a new, dynamic, constantly-evolving topic, and students will be at the forefront a new technological advancement.

If you are interested in learning more please click here.


  1. Will videos and lecture notes from this class be available online like they are for Stanford's iPhone programming class? Also, shouldn't this announcement have been posted earlier when people could still sign up for the class?

  2. Thanks for your comment, MBA. Unfortunately our office does not have this information as we deal mainly with alumni. The department would know the answers to your questions.

  3. Great news. I should inform all of my friends.

  4. This sounds like a very interesting class! I agree with MBA, it would be very good if a video lecture is available.
    I'm a german student so i can't attend this course, so if it is available, a link to the material would be awesome!


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