Intro to iPhone Development at Houston Open Dev User Group

Last night at the Houston Open Development User Group, I presented an introduction to iPhone development. Through the course of 2 hours I covered the very basics of iPhone development, from Objective-C to actually creating and wiring up a user interface for an iPhone application. For the demo application, I built a simple Twitter search application that allows a user to type in a search query and see the first 15 results returned from the Twitter search api.

If you attended the meeting, I encourage you to rate the talk on SpeakerRate. If you’re interested in the final code, you can check that out on Github as well. Below, you’ll find the slides from the presentation.

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