|Date||Topic||Assigned||Due||Slides / Videos||Location|
|Mon Aug 26||Introduction||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Aug 28||Swift||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Sept 2||NO CLASS Labor Day|
|Wed Sept 4||Studio 1||Lab 1||Mac Lab (Whitaker 316)|
|Mon Sept 9||MVC and Auto Layout||.pdf .mp4||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Sept 11||Studio 2||Lab 2||Lab 1||Mac Lab (Whitaker 316)|
|Mon Sept 16||Views and View Controllers||.pdf .mp4||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Sept 18||Custom Drawing||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Sept 23||View Controllers||Lab 3||Lab 2||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Sept 25||Scroll Views, Table Views and Collections||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Sept 30||Local Storage and Web Services||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Oct 2||Multithreading||Lab 4||Lab 3||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Oct 7||Remote API's||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Oct 9||Maps and Location Services||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Oct 14||NO CLASS Fall Break|
|Wed Oct 16||Audio and Video||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Oct 21||Design Principles||Lab 4||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Oct 23||iOS APIs||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Oct 28||Objective-C Part I||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Oct 30||Final Projects||Final Project Due Dates||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Nov 4||Objective-C Part II||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Nov 6||Project Proposals||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Nov 11||Project Proposals||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Nov 13||Project Proposals||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Nov 18||Work Day||Mac Lab (Whitaker 316)|
|Wed Nov 20||Brief Status Updates||Steinberg 105|
|Mon Nov 25||Work Day||Mac Lab (Whitaker 316)|
|Wed Nov 27||NO CLASS Thanksgiving|
|Mon Dec 2||Final Presentations||Project||Steinberg 105|
|Wed Dec 4||Final Presentations||Steinberg 105|
We have a great group of TA's to help this semester. All TA hours will be held in the Mac Lab (Whitaker 316). Any changes to the hours listed here will be noted on Piazza.
Learn how to create iOS apps in the Swift programming language. This course covers a variety of topics in the development of modern mobile applications, with a focus on hands-on projects. Students will create multiple fully-functional apps from scratch. The course emphasizes object-oriented design patterns and real-world development techniques. Time is provided at the end of the course for students to work on a project of their own interest.
Grades are assigned based on performance on the four lab projects and final project. The labs are worth 70% of the final grade, and the final project is worth 30%. The lab breakdown is listed below:
Labs may be submitted up to 3 days late. For each day late you lose 10% of the total points available on the lab. After 3 days late you will receive a 0 on the lab.
For individual assignments, the code you submit must be your own. For the final project, the code must come from you or your teammates. You are allowed to use portions of code found on the Internet (as long as it is not from another CSE 438 student, past or present).
If you are using a significant amount of code from another website, be sure to include a comment in your submission with the URL to the website. Assume significant means 2 or more lines of code.
Submitting code from another student or from a previous semester is considered cheating and you will receive an F in the course. I have a zero tolerance policy towards students using code (or derived code) from another student, do not do it.
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