From Computer Science S-76
Today's applications are increasingly mobile. Computers are no longer confined to desks and laps but instead live in our pockets and hands. This course teaches students how to build mobile apps for iOS, one of today's most popular platforms. Students learn to write native and web apps for iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads using Xcode and the iOS SDK.
Students must have (and bring to each class) an Intel-based MacBook Air or MacBook Pro running Mac OS 10.7.4 or later. Class meetings will alternate between lectures and hands-on labs.
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How to Submit Student's Choice of Apps
by Wed 8/7, noon ET
- Submit the end-of-term form at cs76.net/form.
- Create a ZIP of your project's files, including your README.pdf or README.txt, per the spec.
- Log into cs76.net/submit.
- Under Student's Choice of Apps, click Upload New Submission.
- Click Add files... and select your ZIP.
- Click Start upload.
- On the screen that appears, ensure that the files you uploaded are the files you intended to upload.
You may re-submit as many times as you would like prior to the deadline; we will grade your most recent. If you encounter any problems, inquire privately on cs76.net/discuss before the project's deadline. Per the syllabus, extensions on projects are not granted, except in cases of emergency. Technical difficulties do not constitute emergencies. Projects submitted n hours late may be penalized by 10% for n in (0, 24], by 25% for n in (24, 48], by 50% for n in (48, 72], and by 100% for n greater than 72. Lateness will be determined by submissions' timestamps.