You will learn to develop sophisticated user interfaces for iOS, with a focus on user interface design best practices, UI animations, and responsive design. You will learn about the key UI widgets, mapping interfaces and view restoration.
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I thought there will be more on interfaces and views. Not really "Best practices in interface design" course.\n\nBut it is good in Core Data and UITableViews. Worth time.\n\nChange name! :-)
I like this course very much! It contains a lot of practical material that allows to develop some simple but helpful apps at the course completion. Thanks to teachers and to Coursera.
A must do course for people who use storyboard or the interface builder and need to make apps which are visually pleasing and responsive to screen sizes and orientations.
The course is quite nice, but actually I was expecting something more design / ui related and less code. The name of the course and description is a bit misleading.
關於 面向创意企业家的 iOS 开发 專項課程
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