MAD iOS Workshops, Spring 2018
What is this?
These are the materials for MAD's Spring 2018 iOS Workshops. MAD (Mobile App Development) is an organization of students teaching students Android, iOS, and web development. To learn more, check out our website or join our Facebook group.
When and where is this?
|Every Monday||7:00 PM–8:30 PM||GDC 4.304|
What do I need?
You do not need an iOS device to participate in our workshops. You do need a Mac.
What will I learn?
In short, you'll learn how to make iOS apps! Each week we'll tackle a new topic by creating an app that introduces us to certain features and APIs. We tend to make adjustments each semester to accomodate what everyone is interested in learning, which makes each semester a little different. That said, you can always expect to learn the following:
- How to program in Swift
- How to create user interfaces with Interface Builder and Storyboards
- Making user interfaces flexible with Auto Layout
- Navigation between screens
- Table views
- Making network requests to an HTTP API
Who teaches these?
All MAD workshops are taught by fellow UT students! This semester they'll be taught by:
|Jesse Tiptonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Jesse took a high school Spanish class with Post Malone.|
|Matt Rustonemail@example.com||Matt is an avid fan of squirrels.|
What should I do if I miss a workshop?
Don't sweat it! You can get the materials from each workshop in this repository. If you have questions about the materials feel free to email any of the instructors or message them on Facebook.