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Learn about in-house app development for iPhone and iPad.

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Deploying and announcing your app is not the end of the process—it’s really just the beginning. Beyond this website, a wealth of learning resources, best practices, tips, and techniques are available as part of the iOS Developer Program. Connect with others through the developer forums, or download developer videos to explore and discover more advanced capabilities of the platform. The possibilities are limitless.

WWDC Videos

Learn about the latest Apple Development technologies.
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Stanford University Podcast

Learn the tools and APIs necessary to build apps for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. "Developing Apps for iOS" from Stanford University covers user interface design for mobile devices, unique user interactions using Multi-Touch technologies, Core Animation, and more.
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Big Nerd Ranch

Get a comprehensive kickstart to iOS development at this 7-day course designed to provide you with the basics of Objective-C and the foundations of the iOS SDK. Big Nerd Ranch can also come to you and provide workshops for your development team onsite.
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Pragmatic Studio

Learn how to create full-featured iPhone and iPad apps from scratch in this 4-day, hands-on training course. Public courses are offered for individuals and small teams, and on-site courses are available for teams of any size.
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About Objects

Get up to speed on iOS app development with smaller class sizes and more individualized instruction.
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Deployment Checklist

By the end of the deployment phase you should have completed:

  • Performance testing and debugging your app

  • User interface testing and final review

  • Beta trial period to capture user impact and discover any additional bugs

  • Creation of enterprise certificate and provisioning profile

  • Established a distribution web server or solution for wireless app distribution

  • Announced your solution to your end-users