Programming the iPhone
Hugh Fisher (Computer Science, ANU)DATE: 2009-06-25
TIME: 16:00:00 - 17:00:00
LOCATION: CSIT Seminar Room, N101
This seminar will give an introduction to the Apple iPhone (and iPod Touch) as a programming platform. Topics covered will include the hardware and OS capabilities, programming environment, the new styles of user interaction, and the restrictions on development and distribution. Don't expect any impressive demos or in-depth benchmarking: the target audience is people who've never programmed an iPhone but are curious about what is involved.
Hugh Fisher is a long time owner and programmer of Apple computers, and also interested in human-computer interaction. (He is also a long time member of the Compter Science Dept.)