Ever had a great idea for an iPhone app and the only thing keeping you from making it was your lack of app-making knowledge? Well, now you can turn your app dreams into “re-app-lities” (OK, that doesn’t really make sense… but you get what we’re saying, right? You can learn to make iPhone apps!). Come to the UGL (Room 289) next Friday, April 27th from 6:30-8:00PM for an app-making workshop specifically designed for beginners. No programming experience required! In fact, we encourage those with little or no experience to attend!
This is the second session we’re offering this month. The first session filled up quickly, so we expect this one will, too! Register now to secure your spot. More details below:
Learn to make iPhone apps!
The Undergrad Library is pleased to announce a free workshop for developing iPhone and iPad applications. While these workshops are primarily aimed at undergraduate students, all interested campus affiliates are welcome to participate. Advanced registration is requested due to limited seating. All materials will be provided. We will be using templates from Apple’s Dashcode development environment, which takes a web-based approach for application design.
Where: Room 289, Undergraduate Library
When: Friday, April 27th, 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Hi, if we were late to register but showed up and space was available, would we be able to attend the workshop?
If not, when will the next session be offered?
Hi! You can certainly come by and if there are open seats, you are welcome to join the workshop. The next session will probably not take place until the fall semester.
Is there anywhere we can find some of the information that was taught during this course?
Yes! You can go to this website http://uiuc.libguides.com/iphone to find out more about what was taught at the workshops. When you open that link, you’ll see on the left-hand side of the screen that there’s a PDF handout from the workshop that you can download. We are also working to get the slides from the workshop posted on that site soon!
i m a student of software engineering and i am just in love with iPhone App developing.