Oct 17: iPhone Development for Designers Workshop - San Francisco

15 Oct 2009 - 12:47pm
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*** Only 2 days left! ***

Whether you're a designer with some or no programming skills, this
workshop is for you! Learn to build iPhone applications with a new
and revolutionary tool called Corona, in this 4-hour workshop this
coming Saturday morning October 17, in San Francisco.

Workshop details and registration at

:: What You'll Learn ::

Learn to build a simple iPhone application and install it on your
phone! You'll learn to add an image, text, sound and touch
behaviors, using Corona. You will familiarize yourself with Lua, an
easy language that resembles Actionscript or Javascript.

:: About Corona ::

Corona is the recently released product of Ansca
(http://www.anscamobile.com), a Palo Alto-based mobile software
company. Corona is a powerful collaborative mobile development
environment that enables designers, engineers, and non-traditional
developers to quickly create and share iPhone applications. This
revolutionary tool offers rapid prototyping and iteration, reliable
development, and faster publishing directly to the App Store. With
Corona, you'll access the full power of the iPhone's capabilities
such as accelerometer, touch, photos, video, and more! Several
applications built in Corona are currently available in the App

Download Ansca Corona SDK (beta version) while it's free at

:: Instructors ::

This workshop is tought by Carlos Icaza, co-founder of Ansca, and
Marine Leroux, founder of Bamboudesign (http://www.bamboudesign.com),
a San Francisco-based mobile software design company. Carlos and
Marine will teach you how to use Corona and build an iPhone app in
minutes! That's how easy Corona is. You'll be off to build your own
iPhone applications quickly and reliably, without ever touching
Objective C!

:: Sponsor ::

This workshop is sponsored by Bamboudesign
(http://www.bamboudesign.com). The company designs and develops
branded mobile applications based on high-end user experience

Workshop details and registration at

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