3 hours Track

iOS Development with Objective-C

iOS Developers write software applications (apps) using a programming language called Objective-C and a development environment called Xcode. In this track, we'll get off to a running start by building a simple crystal ball iPhone app that can predict the future! Then, we'll switch gears and get a more formal introduction to programming and iOS development. Finally, we'll finish things up by building a more intermediate iPhone app that reads external data sources. Please note: iOS apps can only be built on a Mac computer, and not a PC.

  • An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $70,000 / yr on average.

  • Some companies that use these technologies regularly include: Treehouse, Apple, Google, Airbnb, Twitter, Facebook, Uber, Lyft, Snap and Amazon.