Don’s First iOS Native Application Using Objective -C

Part of my iOS Programming Series.

Last weekend I wrote about my attending the free online Stanford University iOS Programming Class.

I’m halfway through that class today. I created my first iOS native application, “Web“, built with Objective-C. An image of it running is shown below.

The application creates a view with a toolbar at the bottom and displays the Newbound, Inc., web page to fit the device’s screen. The toolbar buttons are active and work correctly.

By the end of this month I’ll have completed this class and ready to discuss with my software partner, Marc, how to interface with our Newbound Software Library (NSL), to increase our already powerful programming and business solutions.

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About Don Larson

Using computer technology since June 1980.
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