Create iPhone/iPad Apps in iOS 5 with Free Stanford Course

Back in 2009, Stanford University started recording lectures given in its iPhone Application Development course and then placing them on iTunes, making them free for anyone to view. The course hit a million downloads in a matter of weeks, and now, two years later, here’s where we stand. The course remains the most popular item on Stanford’s iTunesU site, having clocked in 10 million downloads. And the school has released a new version of the course that focuses on iOS 5, the latest version of the iPhone/iPad operating system. You can download the course on iTunes (in HD video or standard-definition video) and start creating apps on your own.

The iPhone Application Development course is now listed in the Computer Science section of our big collection of Free Online Courses. There you will find 40+ free courses that will teach you to code….

via Stanford News


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  1. Dizzledorf says . . . | November 15, 2011 / 2:20 pm

    Thanks for the heads up, but the HD link goes to the Fall 2010 (iOS 4) course. Got an update?

  2. Dan Colman says . . . | November 15, 2011 / 3:04 pm

    Apologies for botching that link. Here is the correct one:

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  4. how to make a iphone app says . . . | January 16, 2012 / 1:17 am

    iPhone application development is one of the growing field now. So this post is useful now a days. Thanks..

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