How to Program iPad Apps to Get Apple Approve
Programming of Apple approved iPad applications is not that difficult if you go through a training course by Williamette HDL. The announcement about the upcoming training course was recently made by Williamette HDL.
The initial course will last 4 day on September, 7-10 in Beaverton, Ore.
The basic purpose behind this course is not only to introduce the iOS operating system but also to provide the basic guidelines to the developers through which they can know how to write high-quality, Apple approved applications.
Experts will try to teach the iPad games and applications developers how to avoid the most common mistakes and pitfalls of programming. They will also teach them how to work effectively and utilize the Apple’s development resources and documentation.
This training course is a great opportunity for those developers who want to create wonderful and useful applications for iPhone or iPad. Through this platform they can apply their skills in the right way and their skills will be polished by assigning different lab tasks.
The course costs $2000. Quite a lot, don’t you think so?
According to Mike Baird, the president of Williamette HDL, “Programming for the iPhone and iPad can be a daunting challenge. From the unique language and ever-growing library of thousands of APIs to the limited memory and power constraints of mobile devices, our course is designed to flatten the learning curve for new developers.”
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