Stanford University's iPhone development course free online

From Alex  Kerr on momolondon:”I thought this might be of interest to any developers on this list who are interested in learning to develop for the iPhone, particularly those non-corporate folks (e.g. students etc) who are on lower budgets. Stanford University have just started a new taught iPhone development class this semester and are putting it all up on iTunesU for free (at the same speed as the course is taught), and some of the material is available on the ordinary website.More details here

Hopefully this will prove to be a quality addition to Apple’s developer materials.

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An iPhone/iPod Touch is not essential for the course by the way.

Also, if you’re looking at getting into iPhone development and don’t have the budget for the Mac hardware, this page has links to several tutorials enabling OSX on PC hardware Obviously you’ll need a legitimate copy of OSX too :)

Finally, if you do want to run the iPhone SDK on Mac hardware, the cheapest option is probably a Mac Mini, which go for about £200 – £500 on EBay (UK). It must be an Intel based Mini (not the older PowerPC based) and apparently mouse and keyboard should be USB and the monitor DVI-D or VGA (not sure about DVI-I).”

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